The Securities and Exchange Commission’s chairman, Arthur Levitt Jr., has warned that the agency will not tolerate companies trying to promote initial public offerings by disclosing critical data only to institutional investors.

“The behind-the-scenes feeding of material non-public information from companies to analysts is a strain on our markets,” the SEC boss said in remarks prepared for delivery to the Economic Club of New York on Oct. 18.

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