Ordinarily, independent advisors would not pay much attention to news that the Securities and Exchange Commission appointed Kenneth A. Johnson as its new chief financial officer last Friday.

But Johnson takes over the SEC’s financial operations just as the regulator prepares to amass a bigger operating budget, while focusing on a smaller pool of advisors, putting more of the industry in the hot seat.

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