The Security and Exchange Commission has proposed changes to rules which govern electronic record keeping.

Currently, the rules provide that mutual funds and investment advisers may only store records electronically if they were originally created or received in an electronic format, according to the rule proposal made last month. The proposed rules would allow funds and advisers to convert records into an electronic format and then store them electronically.

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