Bryan Wood, a former Republican staff member on the House Financial Services Committee, started recently as head of the SEC’s legislative and intergovernmental affairs office, said two people familiar with the matter. Wood will serve as Clayton’s eyes and ears on Capitol Hill, an important job because the SEC depends on Congress to approve its budget, and lawmakers of both parties frequently drag the agency into political disputes.
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