In her testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services on May 16th, SEC Chairman Mary Jo White said that the SEC’s main priorities include an increase in the number of investment adviser examinations it handles every year. The SEC is seeking a budget increase of 27 percent in part to hire additional investment-adviser examiners. The text of Ms. White’s testimony is available here.
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