### Bernstein-Sato Polynomials and Spectral Numbers

In this paper we will describe a set of roots of the Bernstein-Sato polynomial associated to a germ of complex analytic function in several variables, with an isolated critical point at the origin, that may be obtained by only knowing the spectral numbers of the germ. This will also give us a set of common roots of the Bernstein-Sato polynomials associated to the members of a $\mu $-constant family of germs of functions. An example will show that this set may sometimes consist of all common roots.