WASHINGTON — The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s net assets spiked to $36.65 million for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2011, soaring by $6.89 million from the previous year as new technology and transaction fees offset a dip in underwriting assessment fees, according to audited financial statements and an annual report expected to be released Friday.

The annual report says the board diversified its revenue sources in 2011 “to ensure more balanced and equitable funding” aligned with the costs of fulfilling its mission and expanded regulatory mandate, under the Dodd-Frank Act, to protect investors, issuers and public pension plans.

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