Dick Larkin's Palm Beach Post Weekly Column: Municipal Bond Ratings Simplified—Part 4

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017

Dick Larkin Director of Credit Analysis Stoever Glass & Co., Inc. E: dlarkin@stoeverglass.comThere are strengths and flaws in the municipal bond rating process. Rating committee votes are only counted by experienced analysts, generally with at least three years of experience. Also, minimum voting members usually number at least three; this helps insure that there is no collusion with issuers, and that ratings are independently determined.Click on the PDF below for full article.

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