SEC probing more proprietary index cost disclosures

US official says regulator is examining "a case or two"

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is scrutinising a number of structured products linked to proprietary indexes amid concerns issuers are not being honest about the costs and fees connected to them.

"We have a case or two where there is an index or trading strategy with some cost or fee baked in that is over and above the sales commission and management fees, and we will look at that and see if there are [appropriate] disclosures," said Reid Muoio, deputy chief of the complex

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