Not everyone is on board with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s plan to curb late-trading.

Lou Harvey, president of Dalbar, Inc., said in a report that stopping trades with intermediaries by noon would provide an unfair advantage for insiders, Reuters reports. Harvey said the earlier cutoff times would give insiders four hours to evaluate and capitalize on market changes.

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