An SEC Chair Like Jay Clayton

Toes, Jim
January 2017
Tradersmagazine.com;1/18/2017, p3
The article reports on the candidacy of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chairman nominee Jay Clayton, an investment banking lawyer, his qualities, the responsibilities that a chairman has, and the probable consequence of these same qualities to his performance of the job.


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