SEC Chairman Mary Jo White said the agency will review corporate disclosure rules to root out requirements that may be causing “information overload” for investors.

SEC rules, congressional mandates and company efforts to protect against litigation have led to lengthy disclosures that can make it difficult to find the content that is most relevant to people making investment decisions, White said today in a speech in Oxon Hill, Maryland.

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