NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
BlackRock will host a municipal closed-end fund ("CEF") conference call
on Tuesday, April 9th at 4:15pm ET.
Topics will include:
The impact of tax reform and SALT curtailment on municipal bonds
Current key drivers of municipal performance
Our assessment of leverage costs on CEF distributions
Income opportunities in the CEF space
Sean Carney, Managing Director, Head of Municipal Strategy
Walter O'Connor, Managing Director, Co-Head of Municipal Funds Team
Stephen Minar, Director, Closed-End Funds
Tuesday, April 9th
Please submit questions to email@example.com
Replay information will be posted on blackrock.com
For more information on BlackRock's closed-end funds, please visit www.blackrock.com/CEF
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