The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to hold a public roundtable on Tuesday, April 16 to discuss ways to improve the transparency and efficiency of the municipal and corporate fixed income markets.

“As regulators, we must continually work to enhance the quality of the fixed income markets, which are critical to the U.S. economy,” SEC Chairman Elisse Walter said in a release. “We’ve already taken a step in that direction by issuing a report last summer on the municipal securities market and this roundtable will be another step forward.”

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