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Trump’s SEC may take aim at corporate disclosure

December 23, 2016, MarketWatch

Keir Gumbs is quoted in a MarketWatch article regarding Donald Trump’s opportunity to reshape the agenda of the Securities and Exchange Commission. According to Gumbs, disclosure reform moves to the top of the list in the new administration. However, Dodd-Frank rules related to executive compensation such as the clawback rule and incentive bonus controls for banks are not yet final. “Those rules are likely to be moved to the end of the SEC’s priority list, and in all likelihood watered down if not eliminated entirely.” says Gumbs.

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