An official of the National Association of Securities Professionals expressed concerns yesterday that the organization was not asked to participate in closed-door sessions on possible new disclosure regulations for the municipal industry.

"This is disappointing to us because it really does represent the reason why we have an association like NASP," said Raymond J. McClendon, chairman of the group, which represents about 300 minority and women securities professionals from minority-owned Wall Street and regional firms.

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