SIFMA’s highest-paid outside lobbyist this year, Ernst & Young LLP in Washington, received $240,000 through September for activities in the House, the Senate, and the Treasury Department on miscellaneous corporate tax issues related to financial services, according to its disclosure reports.

Two Washington-based firms, Prime Policy Group and Elmendorf Ryan, each netted $180,000 in lobbying fees from SIFMA during the same period, their disclosure reports show.

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