One of the most entrenched principles of securities market supervision is ‘non-merit regulation’ — a guiding light of the Securities and Exchange Commission since its founding in 1934.

The idea behind ‘non-merit regulation’ is that the SEC should focus efforts on getting issuers and intermediaries to provide disclosure of material facts about securities being marketed and traded, leaving it to investors to decide whether a security is a good investment or not.

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