The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations issued its 2017 priorities that included its plan to “enhance” its oversight of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority by, among other things, “assessing the quality” of the self-regulator’s examinations of individual broker-dealers. OCIE said that its 2017 priorities will broadly concentrate on reviews of matters important to retail clients; risks specific to elderly and retiring investors; and market-wide risks. Specific market-wide risks to be reviewed will be money market funds’ compliance with recently adopted rules meant to address redemption risks as well as funds’ stress testing; firms’ implementation of their cybersecurity compliance procedures; and firms’ tailoring of anti-money laundering programs to their specific risks.