The Securities and Exchange Commission has tweaked its proposal for Regulation AB II to address consumer privacy concerns and has requested public comment on the change.

Under the modified proposal, an issuer of asset-backed securities would have to provide loan-level information to investors via a website where it could restrict access to sensitive information about borrowers. The original proposal would have required such reporting via the SEC's public website, EDGAR.

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