One Year In, SEC's Gensler Has Delivered A Rulemaking Storm
By Al Barbarino (April 15, 2022, 10:09 PM EDT) -- After taking the helm of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission one year ago, Chair Gary Gensler has set forth an ambitious rulemaking agenda that has accelerated briskly in recent months, imposing lofty disclosure requirements as the agency looks to tighten its grip on a range of players across the financial markets.
The proposals are diverse, applying to both the public and private markets, and touching on everything from climate risks to private funds and cybersecurity. If and when finalized, they would require a large swath of market players to funnel significant resources into collecting and reporting additional data.
"Gensler's administration has...
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