Investor Advisory Committee

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee has released the agenda for its upcoming meeting on September 13, 2018.  The committee will begin with a discussion on U.S. proxy voting infrastructure.  The Committee will then address the SEC’s proposed transaction fee pilot in National Market System (NMS) stocks, which, as the agenda notes, may also include a recommendation from the Committee’s Market Structure Subcommittee.  Finally, the Committee will discuss the implications of passive investing.

The meeting will begin at 9am ET and will be held at the SEC’s headquarters.  The meeting is open to the public and will also be webcast on the SEC’s website.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that its next Investor Advisory Committee meeting will take place on June 14, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. ET. The meeting will be hosted in Atlanta, which will follow the SEC’s Investing in America Town Hall on June 13.  This will be the first time the Committee will host a meeting outside Washington, D.C.

The June 14 Committee meeting will include:

  • Discussion of the Commission’s Proposed Regulation Best Interest and Proposed Restriction on the Use of Certain Names or Titles;
  • Discussion Regarding the Commission’s Proposed Form CRS Relationship Summary, including Effective Disclosure and Design; and
  • Discussion Regarding Disclosure Enhancements for Municipal and Corporate Bonds

This meeting will also be webcast on the SEC’s website.