The Securities and Exchange Commission has voted to propose a series of reforms to credit-rating agencies to curb practices that led to trouble in the credit markets.
"This package of proposed rules would foster increased transparency, accountability and competition in the credit-rating agency industry for the benefit of investors," said SEC Chairman Christopher Cox (pictured) in a statement.
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