Disclosure: NFMA Issues Draft Guidelines for Long-Term Care Providers

Hume, Lynn
November 2001
Bond Buyer;11/9/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31262, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the recommendations issued by the National Federation of Municipal Analysts regarding disclosure practice for long-term care providers in the U.S. Suggestions for the care providers to set up investor relation programs; Needs for the providers to file financial statements quarterly; Importance of highlighting the financial condition of the operating entities in annual and quarterly financial statements.


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