Black municipal securities professionals are not "just another group" interested in having representation on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, an industry trade group chairman told the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights yesterday.

"To call us one of many is insensitive," said Alphonso E. Tindall Jr., a lawyer and chairman of the National Association of Securities Professionals. The group represents minority and women securities professionals.

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