Enforcement Under the New SEC Regime

Aguilar, Melissa Klein
April 2009
Compliance Week;Apr2009, Vol. 6 Issue 63, p20
The article focuses on the working and changes in the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) Enforcement Division under the regime of SEC chairman Mary L. Schapiro. According to former enforcement officers, changes to the agency's enforcement policies were announced by Schapiro in her first weeks on the job. More changes are expected by observers following the announcement of the appointment of Robert Khuzami as the new enforcement director of SEC.


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