By Ed Beeson (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- As the Trump administration approaches its one-year anniversary, the president's Wall Street regulators are finally getting their ambitious rulemaking — and rule-easing — agendas underway. From introducing a long-awaited plan to hold broker-dealers to a fiduciary duty to addressing the stunning rise of bitcoin, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission have no shortage of potential actions to keep them busy during 2018.
Regulatory agendas released by both agencies in late 2017 show their respective chairmen intend to pursue fewer rulemaking items than their predecessors in the Obama administration did. Still, the respective plans of the...
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