The Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday unanimously voted to ban ‘naked access’ to stock markets by unregistered entities.

By 5-0 vote, the federal regulator ordered brokers to apply risk controls to any orders initiated by customers who are borrowing a broker’s market participation identification code. The controls on financial exposure and on compliance with regulations must be executed before sending in each order.

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