By: Sergio M. Marxuach
Puerto Rico’s failure to publish its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (“CAFR”) for fiscal year 2014 has generated all sorts of speculation and harebrained theories—from accusations of incompetence to frankly ridiculous conspiracy allegations.
In our view, this issue, while clearly important, has been blown out of proportion. Timely publication of the CAFR is both essential to keep investors adequately informed about the financial health, or lack thereof, of the Puerto Rican government and necessary to hold accountable those in charge of Puerto Rico’s finances. Continue reading “It’s the Cash Flow, Stupid!”