Regulatory Actions Drive Lasting Change

New SEC Chairman Sets Out His Regulatory Vision

In his first address as Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton reaffirmed his dedication to the Commission’s guiding principles and historic approach to regulation. At the same time, however, Chairman Clayton said he sees areas where the SEC’s regulations need to evolve to "reflect the realities of our capital markets.” One of these realities is that implementing regulatory change has costs, and over time cumulative regulation and the associated costs can drive behavior that has dramatic effects on the market.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017/Author: David Schwartz/Number of views (2974)/Comments (0)/
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