MSRB EMMA Update and Important Case Law Update on the Marblegate Decision Impacting Corporate Trustees

Aired: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

2.5 CCTS

In this recording, you will receive an update on the latest developments regarding the EMMA disclosure system and an overview of the SEC Rule 15c2-12 requirements, as well as updates on the focus of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB). During the second half, our panel will provide an update on the Marblegate case and its impact on corporate trustees.

This recording focuses on:

  • Updates on the EMMA system access and changes
  • Overview of the SEC Rule 15c2-12 requirements for disclosure that Trustees should know
  • Risk concerns for Trustees in their role as Dissemination Agent
  • Update on recent appellate court decision on the Marblegate case and its impact on trustees
  • Update on Current MSRB initiatives for the municipal market


  • Jeffrey J. Powell, CCTS, President, Corporate Trust Insight LLC (moderator)
  • Lynnette Kelly, Executive Director, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
  • Ritta McLaughlin, Chief Education Officer, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
  • Irving C. Apar, Partner, Thompson Hine LLP

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 Who Should Attend

  • Corporate Trustees (Municipal and Structured Finance)
  • Corporate Trust Risk Managers
  • Trust Operations Managers and Administrators
  • In-house and Outside Counsel
  • Regulatory Officials
  • Corporate Trust Auditors
  • Bond Counsel
  • Financial Advisors and Issuers
  • CCTSs and CPAs

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