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Contact: Jennifer A. Galloway, Chief Communications Officer
             (703) 797-6600


Alexandria, VA The Board of Directors of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) will meet October 29-31, 2014 where it will discuss the following rulemaking topics:

Pay-to-Play Rule for Municipal Advisors
The Board will discuss comment letters received on its draft amendments to MSRB Rule G-37 to address potential pay-to-play activities by municipal advisors.

Enhancements to Price Transparency
The Board will discuss comment letters received on potential enhancements to post-trade transaction data that would be disseminated through a new central transparency platform.

The Board will discuss the MSRB’s Long-Range Plan for Market Transparency Products and the phased development of a central transparency platform for the municipal market.

Asset-Backed Securities Disclosure
The Board will consider changes to the Facility for the Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) system to reflect the new category of disclosure under Rule 15Ga-1 under the Securities and Exchange Act, on repurchases and replacements related to asset-backed securities.

This list is subject to change without notice. A summary of actions taken by the Board at the meeting will be sent to regulated entities and published on the MSRB's website following the meeting.

The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) protects and strengthens the municipal bond market, enabling access to capital, economic growth, and societal progress in tens of thousands of communities across the country. The MSRB fulfills this mission by creating trust in our market through informed regulation of dealers and municipal advisors that protects investors, issuers and the public interest; building technology systems that power our market and provide transparency for issuers, institutions, and the investing public; and serving as the steward of market data that empowers better decisions and fuels innovation for the future. The MSRB is a self-regulatory organization governed by a board of directors that has a majority of public members, in addition to representatives of regulated entities. The MSRB is overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission and Congress.