The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board will decide on a number of rule changes set to come out later this summer for the board's Electronic Municipal Market Access, or EMMA, system as well as elect new officers and members at its board meeting Thursday and Friday in Denver, MSRB officials said last week.

Ernesto Lanza, MSRB associate general counsel, said the board soon plans to file proposed rule changes with the Securities and Exchange Commission tied to its so-called access-equals-delivery system that will require underwriters to send electronic official statements for new issues to the board, which would then post them on EMMA for retrieval.

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