Listen in as Barnet Sherman discusses the importance of technology in driving growth in the bond world. Here he is featured as a guest speaker on nationally syndicated Bond Buyer podcast.
Hi I’m Trip Boyt and welcome to another edition of the Bond Buyer podcast. I am here today with my colleague Aaron Weisman and with special guest Barnet Sherman. We are going to discuss the importance of technology and driving growth in the municipal bond market.
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Those are the three big drivers, economics, indexing, regulation that are pushing technological solutions in all aspects of the municipal bond market forward to a tipping point.
Look, these are not meant to be the only factors. There are other market factors. We have some issues with declining re-issue supply, dramatic increase in the ##@@@!! growth, so it may not be inclusive, but I really do think those are the top three.
Before we move on, I have a couple of questions,
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