SEC Cuts Dodd-Frank Mandates From Rule-Making Agenda
Law360, New York (July 21, 2017, 9:00 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has slashed its rule-making priorities for the coming year, according to a regulatory agenda posted Thursday, joining other regulators in pushing off proposals on executive compensation and dropping a host of other Dodd-Frank mandated rules.
The SEC's regulatory agenda, which lists regulations the agency expects to propose or finalize in the next 12 months, lists 33 such rules — far fewer than the 62 included on the agenda published last fall by former SEC Chair Mary Jo White. In a preamble to the agenda, the SEC said it was finalized in March, before current Chair...
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