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1. | Jun 29, 2014
ONE HAND WASHES THE OTHER Bear-Stearns bailout NJ cooticnenn 12/27/04 New outlets reported the lucrative paydays for middlemen who play the role of matchmaker between Wall Street banking firms and New Jersey state finance officials. Under a new executive order being proposed by then-acting Gov Dick Codey, financial firms seeking assignments to underwrite New Jersey bond deals will no longer be able to pay lobbyists and other consultants fees for helping them land the work. In 2003, at least seven firms paid lobbying agents in New Jersey a total of $1 million to help them land work in the state, according to disclosure reports required by the federal Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Arseneault, a defense lawyer with no financial expertise, was paid $10,000 a month for helping the firm land nine underwriting jobs in 2003, public records show. He also collected a $300,000 end-of-year bonus last year and another $250,000 for helping Bear Stearns win the lead underwriting job on New Jersey's $1.7 billion sale of tobacco settlement bonds, a job that brought the firm $6.4 million in fees. Codey also directed state Treasurer John McCormac to refrain from dealing with third-party emissaries from financial houses, unless they are registered state lobbyists. Under federal regulations proposed earlier, consultants hired by underwriting firms would be required to meet the same standards of ethics and limits on political activity the Securities and Exchange Commission imposes on financial firms. Among those limits is a ban on most political contributions.