The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has called off a second attempt to vote on long-pending amendments to its whistleblower award program—a sign the agency’s commissioners still haven’t reached a consensus on a final version of the rules.
The amendments, in the works for more than two years, would give the SEC the ability to curtail the largest whistleblower awards and process some award claims more quickly. A vote on the amendments scheduled for Wednesday morning was canceled Tuesday.
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