Dade County, Fla. will maintain its underwriting ban on Smith Barney

McEntee, Christopher
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/25/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30280, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that the Dade County, Florida municipal government has agreed to continue its municipal bond underwriting ban on Smith Barney Inc. until July 1998. Plan to select another set of municipal bankers; Securities and Exchange Commission's investigation of Smith's participation in a 1994 Dade bond deal; Meeting to find a replacement for Grigsby & Associates in the pool of authorized underwriters.


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