Normally, it is small firms that need more time to update their technology systems so that they can comply with new regulatory requirements.
A recent communiqué from the Securities and Exchange Commission to David Massey, president of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), however, has the regulator looking like the small company. The one that is outgunned, overwhelmed and needs more time and manpower to do its job.
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