Posts Tagged “SEC”

Bad Guys Beware, SEC Chair Mary Jo White wants Bigger Penalties

by admin on September 26, 2013

Wall Street’s top cop on Thursday called for steeper penalties for corporate wrongdoing and vowed to continue to force the worst troublemakers to confess sins. Mary Jo White, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said she is supporting legislation (…)

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In JPMorgan Case, a Missed Opportunity to Charge Its Executives

by admin on September 26, 2013

Both the Securities and Exchange Commission and JPMorgan Chase won great public relations victories last week. But the public lost — and in ways that go far beyond this one spat. By cracking down on the bank for its faulty internal controls (…)

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Delamaide: Tougher SEC may lift Wall Street morals

by Wall Street Job Report on June 26, 2013

The new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission took a small step last week toward getting tougher on Wall Street, though just how tough remains to be seen.

Does the Revolving Door Affect the SEC’s Enforcement Outcomes?

by Wall Street Job Report on February 11, 2013

White paper by the The American Accounting Association researching the question of  ”Does the Revolving Door Affect the SEC’s Enforcement Outcomes?” We provide empirical evidence on the consequences of the “revolving door” phenomenon at the SEC. If future job opportunities make SEC (…)

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SEC Cancels Vote on Money-Fund Curbs and other Top Stories on The Street for August 24, 2012

by Kyle Colona on August 24, 2012

SEC Cancels Vote on Money-Fund Curbs SEC head honcho Mary Schapiro called off a vote on new rules for the money-market-fund business. According to Market Watch, the vote was cancelled after Ms. Schapiro apparently lost a key swing vote she (…)

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