WASHINGTON — At a meeting today and tomorrow in Philadelphia, the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board plans to discuss proposed rule changes that would dictate the priority of retail and other customer orders in primary offerings, as well as where the board stands on its push to provide rating changes over its EMMA site.

MSRB executive director Lynnette Hotchkiss said there is “widespread agreement” by the 15-member board on the priority of orders proposal, which aims to ensure there is broad distribution of an issuer’s securities and that dealers honor an issuer’s definition of  the retail order period.

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