The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has recently released their new and updated strategic plan for the upcoming five years i.e. from 2018 to 2022. It involves clear statements illustrating the standards of performance in terms of administering investment authorities, enhanced investors acknowledgements and renewing traditional and outdated laws and regulations. Additionally, it also involves regulating and analysing the organisations’ cyber system and the risks factors associating to the relative infrastructure. The key aspects regarding the implementation of SEC’s new strategic plan involve three fundamental considerations i.e. performance, investors and innovation. The draft of the strategic plan released by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reflects an overview of SEC’s policies and preferences by year 2022. As per the conclusive statement of the SEC’s Chairman, Jay Clayton, the proposed strategic plan elaborates the overview of organisation’s future framework in terms of making the organisation more effective and competent in its dealings by keeping in view the most significant aims and initiatives which will prove helpful regarding the accumulation of organisations’ mission.
The SEC’s new strategic plan encompasses three most prominent objectives which may also prove responsive to the proposed changes within the market determining the SEC’s considerations. The first objective is to safeguard the interest of the investors of Main Street and the second most prominent objective is to make themselves adjustable to the evolving trends of the capital market. Moreover, the third main objective is to make improvements within the organisation’s analytical competencies and also proposing enhancements within the human capital development. In terms of overviewing the SEC’s new strategic plan of duration from 2014-2018, the strategic plan also involves some other relative objectives which involve promoting and developing a compelling regulatory environment, to ensure implementation and compliance as per the laws and regulations of federal securities. Moreover, it also involves facilitating convenient accessibility to the data and relative information which the investors require in terms of making their investment decisions. Furthermore, it also involves revolutionising the commission’s pursuance and overall management of the human and financial capital.
The key objectives of the SEC’s released strategic plan signify the fact that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will continue to incorporate effective practices in terms of adequately safeguarding the rights of the investors, to ensure fair practices and to ensure capital management as per the securities and technological variations. The overall consideration of the proposed strategic plan refers to the fact that the organisation wants to modernize their organisational practices specifically in terms of improving themselves regarding the incorporation of latest and advanced technologies which influences the way of making investments and the overall tenure of those investments. The most prominent objective of SEC’s strategic plan is to keep their focus over the long-term interests of the investors of Main Street. This objective relates to the reorganizing of SEC’s target audience and the initiatives to be incorporated by the organisation also revolves around the objectives of making organisation superior in terms of safeguarding the rights of the investors of Main Street.
The other most prominent objective of SEC’s introduced strategic plan for the upcoming years involve the recognition of relative evolving trends and developments of the capital markets and to make their efforts in terms of ensuring that the commission appropriately allocates the relative resources. The objective refers to the fact that the commission is concerned regarding the consequences and severity of the risks factors associating to the cyber security threats and the implementation of relative securities laws and regulations. As the authenticated security of data as well as the convenient and smooth flow of data is essential to the appropriate and competent functioning of the United Nations’ global security markets. The commission also believes that some of its security rules and regulations and other relative approaches are not satisfactory and authenticated. It is significant for the commission to adequately analyse and monitor the current market environment in order to remain an efficient and competent regulator. Another foremost objective of the commission involves enhancing their analytical competencies and making significant improvements within their human capital development approaches. The third most prominent objective refers to the appropriate and adequate utilisation of the resources. As also stated within the strategic management plan, this objective is based on the adequate utilisation of the two other distinct but interdependent objectives. Firstly, to incorporate the best possible approaches and secondly to utilise the resources effectively in terms of conveniently dealing with the rapidly evolving relative risks factors. The SEC’s strategic plan signifies the fact that the commission is concerned regarding the effective attainment of the relative objectives. The medallion signature guarantee program is not likely to be affected by these measures.