The Securities and Exchange Commission said it will seek public comment on a plan to conduct retrospective reviews of its existing regulations.

The request was broad and focused on how such a review of regulations should take place. The SEC said it "has long had formal and informal processes in place to review its existing rules, and a considerable portion of its rulemaking already involves changes to existing rules."  Most recently, in March, the Commission began a retrospective review of offering and reporting requirements, and posted a regulatory review webpage seeking public input.

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