Recognizing that the burgeoning municipal derivatives market is being hampered by a mishmash of different forms and ill-adapted indexes, the Public Securities Association says it hopes to bring some degree of uniformity and greater efficiency to the field by early next year.

The first step in that process began in April, when the PSA formed a new Municipal Derivatives Committee to address concerns by numerous dealers about problems with the flagship derivatives product -- municipal swaps.

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