New SEC Chairman Clayton Faces Questions and Expectations

Now that Jay Clayton has been sworn in as the new chairman of the SEC, the question is what he will do. Will he meet expectations, based on his Wall Street background in mergers and acquisitions and focus on capital formation? Will he surprise everyone by continuing the enforcement practices of his predecessor? What will his priorities be as he determines where to spend the agencys limited budget?
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