S&P assigns initial A-plus rating to Florida's Catastrophe Fund

McEntee, Christopher
September 1997
Bond Buyer;09/29/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30240, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on Standard & Poor's assigning of an A-plus rating to the Florida Catastrophe Fund. Opinion of its financial capacity to pay obligations based on its stated mission and current finances; Factors supporting the rating. INSET: Florida Catastrophe Fund..


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