MSRB to Dealers: Online Recommendations Are Subject to Suitability Rule

Ferris, Craig T.
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/26/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31479, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the interpretative notice making dealers understand the obligations for the suitability of buying munis by the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board in the U.S. Applicability of recommendations to online communications; Adaptation of the general principles of the National Association of Securities Dealers; Determination on the constitution of recommendations.


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