Under newly confirmed Chairman Jay Clayton, the SEC is setting its sights on expanded protections for retail investors, planning a series of RIA sweep exams exploring areas like robo advisers and money market funds.

Though Clayton is just a month into his new job, a position he entered with no prior government experience, some of his field lieutenants are already relaying the message that individual clients will be a major focus for the commission under his stewardship.

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