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Lynn Hume

Washington Bureau Chief

Lynn Hume has been Washington Bureau Chief for The Bond Buyer, the authority on the $3.7 trillion muni bond market, since 2007. Before that she was Regulatory Affairs Editor and a reporter for the paper, covering tax, securities and derivatives market practices, regulation, legislation and enforcement. For three years before joining The Bond Buyer, she was a staff investigator for the House Government Operations Committee’s subcommittee on energy and the environment, and dealt with such issues as U.S. oil emergency preparedness, the ban on Libyan oil products, regulation of mixed chemical and nuclear waste at federal defense facilities and federal oversight of nuclear fuels plants.

Lynn was a reporter for McGraw-Hill Publications for eight years prior to moving to Capitol Hill, covering energy, environmental and other issues for several of its newsletters, magazines and Business Week.

Recent Stories From this Author

MSRB Files New Rule Requiring MAs to Pay $300 Annual Fee
April 17, 2014 The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board has filed a new rule with the Securities and Exchange Commission to implement an...

GASB Releases Statement on Concepts for Measuring Assets and Liabilities
April 14, 2014 The Government Accounting Standards Board on Monday released a concepts statement that will guide it in establishing...

Wyden Elected to Chair Joint Committee on Taxation
April 14, 2014 Senate Finance Committee chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore. was elected to chair the Joint Committee on Taxation for the remainder of...

Majority of PABs Issued for Nonprofits, Data Show
April 11, 2014 Total private-activity bond issuance for the five years from 2007 through 2011 was $273.35 billion, with bonds for hospitals,...

Citi Analysis Shows Bank Regulators That Most Munis Are Liquid
April 10, 2014 Citi is urging bank regulators to treat most municipal securities as high quality liquid assets in a banking rule proposed to...

Buckley: Camp's Plan Would Slash Revenues, Raise Deficit After 10 Years
April 8, 2014 Rep. Dave Camp's draft tax reform plan, which is advertised as revenue-neutral, would actually substantially reduce revenues...

Democrats Unveil Alternative to GOP FY-2015 Budget Plan
April 7, 2014 Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., unveiled a Democratic fiscal 2015 budget resolution that would end sequestration and support...

Senate Panel to Vote on Extenders Bill Thursday
April 1, 2014 Senate Finance Committee chairman Ron Wyden has proposed a bill to extend roughly 47 expired and expiring tax provisions,...

Bartolotta Takes Over as Chair of SIFMA's Muni Division
March 28, 2014 FirstSouthwest vice chairman Michael Bartolotta has taken over the chairmanship of the Securities Industry and Financial...

Problem Puerto Rico Bond Trades Erased, Survey Shows More Troubled Sales
March 25, 2014 Dozens of dealer sales of Puerto Rico bonds to customers that violated the $100,000 minimum denomination requirement, and were...

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A recent phenomenon is the emergence of bonds with shorter call protection as funding alternatives for municipalities. However, the shorter call protection also dampens the potential upside for investors, which in turn reduces the price they are willing to pay.

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