WASHINGTON D.C. - The SEC last week adopted an amendment to so-called householder rules that allow fund companies to issue one set of documents per household.

The householder rule is the first of several disclosure-related issues the commission hopes to make final decisions about in the near future, said Paul F. Roye, director of the SEC's division of investment management. Roye discussed the SEC's future rulemaking plans at a conference on investment management regulation here late last month sponsored by the American Legal Institute and American Bar Association.

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