In its Strategic Plan for the fiscal years 2022-2026, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has made some initiatives involving crypto assets public.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) this week released its “Strategic Plan” for the fiscal years 2022–2026.
The agency said that during the course of the following four years, “the activities indicated in this Strategic Plan are intended to meet its major priorities.
An initiative to accomplish this, according to the securities regulator, is to “examine strategies to address systemic and infrastructure risks faced by our capital markets and our market participants.”
The watchdog claimed to be more prepared for these risks, noting that “the rapid growth in crypto assets” also poses a risk:
The SE added that it considered data from “meetings with the many internal and external parties with which the agency interacts on a regular basis, including members of Congress and congressional committees, investors, businesses, financial market participants, academics, and other experts and stakeholders” when creating the Strategic Plan.