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Notes on Municipal Advisor regulations, part four

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Notes on Municipal Advisor regulations, part four

Our last three blog posts have provided the basics on the new Municipal Advisor regulations and their impact on the relationship between municipalities and private consultants. This post includes a tool you can use to determine if these new regulations will affect your community.

Check it out! Click here or on the image  to the right to download a flowchart that will help you decide whether or not you need to engage the services of a Registered Municipal Advisor.

Additional information is surfacing almost daily from the SEC and MSRB, and MSA is dedicated to staying ahead of the regulatory curve. If you’d like additional information pertaining to how these new regulations might impact your community, we’re more than happy to help. Contact MSA's funding team with any questions or concerns you might have relative to the new Municipal Advisor regulations.

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