WASHINGTON - An ad hoc group of the Investment Company Institute, the powerful lobbying arm of the mutual fund industry, is developing draft secondary market disclosure guidelines for tax-exempt money market and long-term bond funds.

The effort, which is in part a response to Securities and Exchange Commissioner Richard Roberts's controversial call last year for mandatory disclosure by issuers of variable-rate demand notes, is the latest in a series of projects by industry groups to improve disclosure.

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