mary jo white sec

Business
For decades, oil companies have tried to ignore the truth about climate change.
Business
Other regulators are stepping up while the SEC ignores climate change.
Tech
"The lesson in this is your information is only as secure as the people you share it with."
Business
In an increasingly frantic effort to derail new protections for retirement savers, SIFMA, the self-described "voice of the U.S. securities industry," has purchased yet another study that purports to show why a pending Department of Labor (DOL) proposal to require all financial advisors to put their customers first is unnecessary and inappropriate.
Business
White said she has numerous regulatory proposals in the works, including an "anti-disruptive trading" rule to rein in aggressive
Politics
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is important, and JP Morgan should be nailed for bribing Chinese officials. But, if you'll pardon me for asking, why isn't there a Domestic Corrupt Practices Act?
Business
Unfortunately for Chair White, her predecessors' mishandling of the JOBS Act rulemaking to lift the ban on general solicitation in private offerings has left her with an uncomfortable choice between speeding implementation of that rule and ignoring her commitment to follow the economic analysis guidelines.
Politics
Our economy has shown great resilience in the face of a dire balance sheet, fraud, and lack of regulatory oversight. However, if we want to create a sustainable and authentic recovery, we need confidence in the SEC's ability to police capital markets.
Politics
There is a scandal here, but it is not the one House Republicans have seized on.
Business
Foremost among the tough decisions the SEC will likely have to make in the next year: whether to sue JPMorgan Chase executives
Business
The Senate's vote on Monday only allows for White to fill out the remainder of Schapiro's term, which expires in June 2014
Business
"It shows that she is nothing less than an exceptionally skilled litigator," said Ralph Ferrara, a Washington securities
Business
"Mary Jo White was a tough, smart, no nonsense, broadly experienced and highly accomplished prosecutor," Dennis Kelleher
Politics
WASHINGTON — A White House official says President Barack Obama on Thursday will nominate Mary Jo White as chair of the Securities