SEC Plans New Terms for Asset-Backed Securities

     WASHINGTON (CN) – The Securities and Exchange Commission has re-proposed certain rules initially proposed in April 2010 related to asset-backed securities, in light of requirements in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.



     The agency has crafted new regulations proposing registrant and transaction requirements related to shelf registration of asset-backed securities and changes to exhibit filing deadlines.
     The agency also is requesting additional comments on a proposal to require asset-level information about the pool assets.
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