Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ten Changes to Expect from the SEC’s New Enforcement Program — The Harvard Law School Forum on Corp. Gov. and Fin. Reg.

Fast forward again. Mary Jo White, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, becomes the first former prosecutor and litigator to chair the Commission. She knows the Commission’s reputation is improving, but she also knows it has not fully recovered. So what does she say? Let’s look. Because her words are the best roadmap to what…

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Former Chief of S.E.C. to Shift Consulting Job – NYTimes.com

Just nine months after joining the Promontory Financial Group, a consulting firm that straddles the worlds of Wall Street and Washington, [Mary] Schapiro is planning to leave her full-time role there. Ms. Schapiro, a managing director and chairwoman of the governance and markets practice at Promontory, will instead become the vice chairwoman of the firm’s advisory board. via Former Chief…

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Two charged in London Whale losses still in Europe – MarketWatch

The two former J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. traders charged in the “London Whale” losses remain in Europe, frustrating the U.S. government. The Justice Department says that Javier Martin-Artajo is in Spain, “resisting extradition” to the U.S. Extradition from Spain can take months or years if contested in court. Julien Grout, a French citizen, is in France, where he is…

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