NFMA Survey Shows Gripes On Disclosure

Hume, Lynn
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/7/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31280, p1
Trade Publication
Cites a survey by National Federation of Municipal Analysts regarding the level and quality of secondary market disclosures under United States Securities and Exchange Commission's Rule 15c2-12. Sources for bond-related secondary market information; Reasons cited for analysts' unhappiness with the rule; Analysts' opinion regarding audits by the U.S. Internal Revenue Services.


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