WASHINGTON — Market participants urged the Securities and Exchange Commission to reject or delay the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s proposed interpretive guidance for Rule G-17 on fair dealing for underwriters, saying it would impose a fiduciary-like regimen of disclosure obligations that would only confuse issuers.

But in comment letters filed with the SEC last week, dealer and independent advisor groups differed on how to improve the board’s proposal.

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