As noted in a recent post, the future of SEC regulation – and perhaps even of the SEC itself – is uncertain in the wake of Donald Trump’s election. However, the SEC Staff, a smart, decent and hardworking group, continues to stick to its knitting despite the turmoil.
The most recent example of the Staff’s diligence is a “Report on Modernization and Simplification of Regulation S-K – As Required by Section 72003 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act”. The Report was issued on Thanksgiving Eve, and it’s no turkey. Don’t be put off by the incredibly long title or by the fact that SEC regulations have nothing to do with Surface Transportation. The Report provides a good summary of some actions impacting Reg S-K that have been taken to date, and the Staff’s recommendations for actions down the road (assuming there is a road).
Here are some of the highlights of things that may be on the come: Continue Reading SEC Staff’s Thanksgiving Gift: No Turkey