SEC seeks comments on MSRB amendments

Hume, Lynn Stevens
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/23/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30258, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for public comments on the proposed amendments to rules on political contributions and campaign funds in the country.


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