WASHINGTON -- The District of Columbia's investigation of its ties to financial adviser Lazard Freres & Co. has so far yielded no evidence of improprieties, the city's chief financial officer said yesterday.

Ellen M. O'Connor, the district's deputy mayor for finance, said she entered the inquiry under the assumption that Lazard had not acted improperly in connection with two interest rate swaps.

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