Election results could shift SEC priorities (Law360)

Certain SEC rule-making and tighter regulations would be expected with a Democratic President and Congress – if those are indeed the election results. Amy Lynch, FrontLine’s Founder and President, sees ESG investing as an area that would become a greater focus area for the SEC. Along with revisiting ESG disclosure mandates for investors, a newly led SEC may seek to slow the expansion of access to private securities, take up a review of Reg BI fiduciary standards, and scrutinize the use of dual class structures by public companies. See Law360 (subscription required), “4 Ways A Biden Election Could Swing SEC Priorities“