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March 11, 2013

By Michael Smallberg

Why Congress Should Be Wary of Mary Jo White



Financial Oversight Is Mary Jo White—President Obama’s nominee to head the Securities and Exchange Commission—an intrepid enforcer who will hold Wall Street accountable? Or will she look out for the financial industry she used to represent?

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Topics: Financial Sector

February 11, 2013

By Andre Francisco

SEC’s Revolving Door Blurs Line Between Regulator and Industry



SEC Seal A POGO study of thousands of government records found that former staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission routinely went to work for major financial firms.

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Topics: Financial Sector

October 12, 2012

By Michael Smallberg

SEC Watchdog Finds Recordkeeping in Disarray



Financial Oversight The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)—a federal regulator that polices recordkeeping on Wall Street, among other things—has failed to properly handle its own records, according to a recent audit by the agency's inspector general (IG).

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Topics: Financial Sector

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