DALLAS -- Oklahoma has named Jim Joseph, who has worked as a Wall Street credit analyst and financial adviser, as its second bond adviser.

Mr. Joseph, 39, said he will continue to work on upgrading the state's double-A credit as Oklahoma considers placing a $500 million-plus general obligation bond program before the voters next year. He also said the state may soon offer bond advisory services to local issuers on a voluntary basis.

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