WASHINGTON — The financial markets regulatory reform plan that the Obama administration is to propose Wednesday does not include changes to the structure or jurisdiction of the Securities and Exchange Commission, or to  self-regulatory organizations that operate under it such as the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, a senior administration official said in a background briefing with reporters Tuesday night.

In addition, the official said that the creation of a consumer financial protection agency, which the administration also plans to propose, would not entail altering the SEC’s responsibility for investor protection.

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