Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board


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Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

A self-regulatory organization in the United States that provides regulations and guidelines for municipal bonds and other municipal securities. Its rulings apply both to municipalities that issue securities and to the firms that underwrite them. While it makes and publishes all guidelines, responsibility for enforcement resides with the SEC. Established in 1975, the MSRB consists of fifteen members chosen to represent bank dealers, securities firms, and the general public; these serve in staggered three year terms.

Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB)

A 15-member self-regulatory board that sets and oversees the standards and practices of the municipal securities industry. The board is of particular importance since the issuing and trading of municipal securities are not subject to much of the federal regulation affecting other security transactions.
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Understanding Municipal Market Indices, Yield Curves, and Benchmarks, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, September 2012.
For questions, contact Sara Majroh, Assistant Corporate Secretary and Board Administrator, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, 1900 Duke Street, Suite 600, Alexandria, VA, 22314-3412 or by phone (703) 797-6754 or email smajroh@msrb.
Section 529, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB), Securities and Exchange Commission rules and regulations, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority rules); and (b) guidelines established by the Treasurer and prepared with the assistance of the Program Manager.
Since then, the SEC has been working to develop final definitions of individuals and firms that would be regulated as "municipal advisors," so the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board could adopt more detailed rules to regulate those parties.
6 November 2013 -- Virginia USA-based financial regulator The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board said it has launched a national multi-year campaign to increase its outreach to state and local governments that issue municipal securities.
Goldstone was a commissioner on the California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission and a former board member and chairman of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB).
FINRA argues in its comment letter that it's the perfect candidate to create and implement an "investment advisor personnel qualification examination program," because it already maintains more than 30 FINRA and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) qualification exams and delivers more than 40 qualification exams on behalf of not only FINRA but the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), NYSE, the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB), and the National Futures Association (NFA).
In response to the multiple pronouncements and proposals by the SEC and Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) with regard to the municipal securities market and municipal officials, James appointed a special task force of the Board to determine how the different proposals would affect cities and towns In terms of increased costs and liabilities and to propose and reach consensus on an NLC strategy and response to the repeated public statements and proposals by the SEC with regard to the integrity of municipal officials and the safety and soundness of the municipal market.
The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) is requesting broad industry and public input on its regulation of the municipal securities market as it engages in a comprehensive review to ensure that its rules reflect current market practices.
The Firm And Its Staff Must Be Registered With The Securities Exchange Commission (Sec) And The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (Msrb)
The Securities and Exchange Commission, the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, and other regulatory bodies are still busy with their work implementing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Place Trade is a Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) registered firm as well.

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