WASHINGTON – The head of a new SEC examination unit is putting advisors who cater to clients planning for retirement on notice that they should expect greater scrutiny over the next few years.

The commission has tapped Peter Driscoll to lead the new Office of Risk and Strategy within the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, a role where he will help identify market risks and coordinate where to channel the SEC's scarce exam resources.

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