WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is making more of its staff who leave the agency for the private sector subject to a one-year cooling-off period.
The reform is being embraced by those who say the SEC's revolving door produces too many conflicts of interest, but former SEC officials say the new policy could deepen the agency's difficulty in recruiting top talent.
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