On January 7, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a notice of a proposed rule change filed by the Boston Stock Exchange (the Exchange) to amend several Boston Options Exchange (BOX) rules that govern doing business with the public. First, the Exchange proposes to restore the term “Registered Options Principal” (ROP) in place of “Registered Options and Securities Futures Principal” (ROSFP), both to alleviate any potential confusion that may have arisen when the term ROSFP recently replaced the term ROP and to provide consistency with the rules of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the International Securities Exchange and the American Stock Exchange. Second, the Exchange proposes modifications of the BOX confirmation disclosure requirements in order to provide consistency with the confirmation disclosure requirements recently proposed by FINRA and the CBOE. Finally, the Exchange proposes to eliminate the definition of “closing purchase transaction,” as the term was made obsolete by an earlier rule change.