New York City has begun interviewing candidates to serve as senior manager on two major upcoming issues, after reaching a compromise earlier this week on the selection of financial advisers for the deals.

City officials said the existing slate of seven rotating senior managers selected last year by the Dinkins Administration is being used to select underwriters for the two upcoming deals: a $750 million to $1 billion revenue anticipation note sale and a $225 million bond refunding.

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