The timing is especially sensitive for the SEC, which is seeking to ban certain conflicts of interest in those it regulates. The commission voted unanimously on Monday to propose a rule prohibiting material conflicts between those who package and sell asset-backed securities and those who invest in them.

The rule is intended to implement a section of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. But it wouldn’t stop what happened with Becker at the SEC.

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