The Securities and Exchange Commission was ready to vote on four proposals on Wednesday, including limiting bonuses to Wall Street executives, new governance rules for clearinghouses, the removal of credit-ratings impacting money market mutual funds, and reopening the public comment period on a proposal to limit the control big banks have in governing clearinghouses.

These proposals are four of the 100 new rules that the SEC plans to implement as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law.

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