WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board on Thursday released a long-range plan to improve transparency in the muni market by collecting a wide range of new information from a variety of sources, integrating that data on the Electronic Municipal Market Access system, and making it available to investors and other market participants in a more user-friendly and searchable format.
MSRB executive director Lynnette Kelly called the 27-page plan a long-term “vision,” the core of which will be an enhanced EMMA platform, referred to as “EMMA 2.0.”
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