The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission voted 5-0 yesterday to propose that mutual fund companies no longer receive any trade orders after the 4 p.m., or appropriate, market close. This would mean tremendous change to the way fund companies accept and process orders, since intermediaries handle 87% of these orders.

The SEC also recommended that fund complexes appoint a chief compliance officer, reporting to a fund’s board of directors.

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