The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has proposed that broker-dealers disclose any revenue-splitting arrangements they have with mutual funds at the time they sell their shares to investors.

Comments are due on the proposal on so-called “shelf-space payments” are due by May 31. The proposal was published in the Federal Register on May 9. If adopted, it would replace an older NASD Rule 2830.

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