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Jay Clayton is the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He spoke Thursday with Andrew Ross Sorkin at the Delivering Alpha conference, presented by CNBC and Institutional Investor. In a recent interview, Clayton said he's like to see an easier path for companies to go public, and for retail investors to have greater access to private capital markets.
Regular investors are cut out of a major financial market, and the SEC chief wants to change that
Clayton wants firms to go public earlier and give investors more of a chance to get involved
SEC Chair Jay Clayton's top investing tips: Compounding, diversification and take free money