Monday morning quarterbacking the UMMS interest rate swaps

September 18, 2013

The criticism to University of Maryland Medical System officials for using off interest rate swaps is a classic case of Monday morning quarterbacking ("UMMS defends use of interest rate swaps," Sept. 13).

The labor union official who described the transactions as a "risky financial scheme" should change careers and become an investment adviser if she believes she can accurately predict future interest rate trends.

Philip Enstice, Ellicott City

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