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SEC releases new, four-year strategic plan

Joe Mont | October 12, 2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission this week made public a new strategic plan that is intended to guide the agency’s work over the next four years “with a primary focus on investors, innovation, and performance.”

“Our new strategic plan is a concise, straight-forward explanation of the goals that will guide us as our markets evolve,” said Chairman Jay Clayton. “It is based on the core values that have motivated the women and men of the SEC for over 80 years, including, most importantly, serving the interests of our long-term Main Street investors.”

The plan was published in accordance with the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010, which requires federal agencies to outline their missions, planned initiatives, and strategic goals for a four-year period.

The goals and initiatives cover all of the Commission’s five divisions and 25 offices.

Goal 1: Focus on the long-term...

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