Oklahoma committee studies imposing limits as bond fees escalate

Preston, Darrell
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/16/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30253, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Oklahoma state officials are looking into possible regulation of the fees charged by financial advisers and lawyers handling bond issues for municipal issuers. Objectives of the committee formed by Clifton Scott, state auditor and inspector; Opposition to the rules by Danny George, assistant executive director of the 436-member Oklahoma Municipal League.


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