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First SEC Open Meeting Post Chairman White

Focus on Data, Not Documents

The initial SEC open meeting for 2017, held on March 1, was no ordinary open meeting. At only two commissioners, the SEC is at less than half its full strength. The meeting was the first since Chairman Mary Jo White left the Commission. And it was the first open meeting under the pro-deregulation Trump administration. […]

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Trouble Comes in Threes

For people who believe in this sort of thing, numbers can be an omen. Seven is lucky. Thirteen is unlucky. All good things and certain bad things, most notably death and trouble, come in threes. And as everyone knows, the third time is the charm. In 2015, the number three has definitely been of the […]

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The Big Trade-Off

In the middle of the recent fund disclosure modernization proposal from the SEC, there is something that seems out of place. The primary purpose of the proposal is to improve the data that the SEC collects for SEC purposes like systemic risk evaluation, examinations, informing rule-making, and evaluating industry trends. Yet included in the proposal […]

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