Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox announced this week that the SEC will be conducting an internal inquiry into the structure of its current disclosure system, creating a “fundamental rethinking of financial disclosure.”

The study, named ‘21st Century Disclosure,’ will include reviews on the existing requirements of the SEC disclosure system with a focus on the methods of information disclosure from brokers, mutual funds, and other regulated companies, and how information is released to investors throughout the market.

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