From: Paul E. Banko
The proposed change which would result in additional, duplicated disclosure without the benefit of adding the positive features of mutual funds and variable products is a counter-productive measure which adds more paperwork to an already over-burdened subject.
Requiring a separate, duplicative document would run counter to the efforts of the SEC over the past decade to simplify the contents of prospectuses. Instead, regulatory efforts should be focused on getting consumers to carefully read the prospectus they already receive.
Please try to reduce the paperwork, sufficient controls are presently in place.
Paul E. Banko
MetLife, 23710 U.S. Highway 98, Suite A, FAIRHOPE, AL 36532
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