The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a rule change that would allow a fund to purchase government securities in a syndicated offering. The SEC is requesting public comment on the Nov. 29 proposal.

The proposal would amend rule 10(f)-3 of the Investment Company Act of 1940. Section 10(f) prohibits a fund from buying any security during an underwriting if the fund has a relationship with an underwriter for the security.

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