Mary Jo White calls for more transparency in bond markets

The SEC chair says her plan would be a “transformative change” that would broaden access to pricing information that now is available only to “select parties”

Securities Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Jo White has called for more transparency in the bond markets.

In a recent speech in New York, she suggested the increased openness would especially benefit small investors. Yet, such a move could mean less profits for investment banks, warned a report from The Wall Street Journal.

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