Credit Suisse First Boston may force SEC testimony on Orange County probe

Hume, Lynn Stevens
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/08/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30247, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Credit Suisse First Boston's plans to ask a federal court to force the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to testify about an informal inquiry conducted by the agency into the investment pools of Orange County, California. Battle between Credit Suisse and SEC over what information is essential to the firm's defense against securities fraud charges filed by SEC against it.


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