SEC’s White Highlights Enforcement Focus and Record in First Year as Chair

Mary Jo White’s first year as chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has concluded, and, in congressional testimony and speeches, she has attempted to paint a picture of a more engaged and effective agency by highlighting enforcement activities pursued under her watch. Given her activities thus far, individuals and entities subject to regulation by the SEC should expect tougher and more zealous enforcement by the agency while she is in command.

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