But the markets are asking questions. What can we expect from Clayton? How will he manage all the proposals and policies vying for his attention? And equally important, what happens if the agency doesn’t secure the requisite appropriations, and finds itself unable to invest in the right people and technology to protect U.S. investors?
As a long-time proponent of investor interests, I’ve been paying close attention to both the needs of investors and the professionals who help make their financial objectives a reality. As such, I recommend that Clayton prioritize the following six policy areas given their likely effectiveness in protecting and serving the needs of investors.
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