Clayton as SEC Chair Likely to Focus on Dealmaking, Non-Regulatory Agenda

President-elect Donald Trumps choice of Sullivan & Cromwell partner Jay Clayton to chair the SEC may be a harbinger of a Commission focusing primarily on capital formation and market stability, with less time spent on enforcement and rulemaking.
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