SEC likely to be quiet during transition

The Securities and Exchange Commission is not likely to take any major action in the foreseeable future because a confirmation hearing has yet to be set for President Donald Trump's chairman nominee and the two remaining commissioners represent opposing sides of the political spectrum. If confirmed, Jay Clayton, a partner at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York, will have a considerable learning curve and a slew of vacancies to contend with, experts say.

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