SAN FRANCISCO — An analyst painted a grim picture of the state of disclosure in the municipal bond market, after Securities and Exchange Commissioner Elisse Walter Tuesday kicked off the SEC’s first regional municipal securities field hearing here.

Mary Colby, managing director and head of municipal research at Charles Schwab Investment Management, told SEC officials that continuing disclosure practices remain “spotty,” especially among a large number of infrequent and small borrowers.

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