The public is sufficiently served when the Securities Regulation Department recruits specialists from our nation's financial establishment, academia and elsewhere with a thorough understanding of sophisticated financial products, transactions, and practices. These specialists make investigations smarter and quicker, increase the volume of relevant investigations, and enable society to better allocate its resources.
The argument above presupposes the truth of which of the following in substantiating its conclusion?
A. The fulfillment of a regulatory body's obligations to society is influenced by the number of the transactions.
B. Knowledge of an area or field by a regulatory body's specialists is in some way connected to the fulfillment of that body's obligations.
C. To be considered effective, a regulatory body should not allow any violations.
D. Some security law is challenging to enforce.
E. Other regulatory bodies that have been able to deploy specialists with greater knowledge of the aspects being regulated are better able to enforce those regulations.
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