The Securities and Exchange Commission will vote Wednesday morning on much-delayed rules that would require increased disclosure about the quality of mortgages, auto loans, credit card receivables and other kinds of debt backing securitizations.

The rules were mandated by Dodd-Frank to address concerns that investors didn't have enough information to independently assess the risk in bonds that suffered big losses as a result of the financial crisis.

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