WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to launch its new office of municipal securities by the end of October, chairman Mary Schapiro said in prepared testimony presented to the Senate Banking Committee Thursday.

Speaking about the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Schapiro said the SEC plans to transfer existing staff working on municipal securities to the new office and begin recruiting for a new director who will report to her.

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