In the Margins

IAA looks at what to expect from the new SEC

January 27, 2017

By Investment Adviser Association

IAA President and CEO Karen Barr has authored a blog post that looks at what the market might expect from the new Securities and Exchange Commission, once a new chair and other commissioners are in place. "As we launch into 2017, many in the investment adviser community are asking what the new Administration and, specifically, a newly reconstituted SEC, might mean for the regulatory environment in which they operate," Barr writes. "While it is too early to answer that question definitively, it is clear that the coming change in policymaking personnel could bring a new approach to regulation." Read the original blog post from IAA

 

 

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