The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously to propose new rules and amendments that would put new controls on how credit rating agencies operate.

Among other things, the rules are expected to keep executives or employees of credit rating agencies from going to work for the companies whose credit they have rated, for at least one year. The proposals are also likely to block agencies from having a person who markets its products or services also participate in its ratings.

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