The Securities and Exchange Commission shall have the authority under the securities
laws (as such term is defined in section 78c(a)(47) of Title 15) to suspend, by rule, regulation, or order, the application of Statement Number 157
of the Financial Accounting Standards Board for any issuer (as such term is defined
in section 78c(a)(8) of such title) or with respect to any class or category of transaction
if the Commission determines that is necessary or appropriate in the public interest
and is consistent with the protection of investors.
Nothing in subsection (a) shall be construed to restrict or limit any authority of
the Securities and Exchange Commission under securities laws as in effect on October
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