The Securities and Exchange Commission voted this week to open to public comment proposed new rules related to the governance, transparency, oversight and ownership of the stock exchanges.

Under one proposal, the exchanges would have to have a majority of board members independent of management, as well as fully independent nominating, governance, audit, compensation and regulatory oversight committees. They would also require each to separate their regulatory function from their business operations.

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