William C. Rhodes


As an asset class, municipal bonds have long enjoyed a sterling credit profile—a reputation built over years of responsible decision-making by issuers, strong legal protections for lenders, and flexible capital markets. Now, as cases of fiscal distress mount and investors weather a spate of headlines questioning their ability to withstand downturns, is that balance breaking down? What practices can issuers adopt to make sure they retain market access when they need it most?

Mr. Rhodes will moderate a roundtable as part of this symposium on distressed municipalities, providing answers to these and other questions.

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Municipal Recovery
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