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The fate of the long-awaited SEC version of a rule creating a uniform fiduciary standard for the investment advisory industry may be in jeopardy. (Photo: AP)

This week’s nomination of Wall Street attorney Jay Clayton to head the Securities and Exchange Commission prompted speculation that the agency charged with policing financial markets will pivot from a rulemaking and enforcement posture to one focused on facilitating more access to capital markets.

Nick Thornton


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