The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has not found any major abuses from its targeted examinations of broker-dealers that were either placement agents or worked with such agents to obtain business from municipalities and public pension funds, market sources said Tuesday.

The sources noted that FINRA chairman and chief executive officer Rick Ketchum did not include placement-agent abuses in a keynote speech at a fixed-income conference Thursday.

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