As a candidate, Donald Trump’s bellowing campaign theme was built around disrupting the Washington establishment. As president, Trump has set the wheels in motion to reverse decades of regulatory continuity.

While some longtime SEC watchers were prepared for a period of high uncertainty at the commission, many anticipate that the new chairman, Jay Clayton, will take the agency in a deregulatory direction, potentially easing some rules and enforcement actions and holding off on new ones.

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