The market bondsman



Micah Green has worked for the Bond Market Association for 15 years, and been president since May last year. But despite being one of the most enthusiastic proponents of the bond markets, he has never been a market participant.

Nevertheless, Green says his experience as a lobbyist campaigning on Washington’s Capitol Hill has given him the perfect training to represent the bond markets. “You can learn the market enough to advocate it,” he says, “but it is very difficult for an industry

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