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December 14, 2015

How the SEC let Wall Street run wild

“As the American people’s cop on the Wall Street beat, the Securities and Exchange Commission should prioritize market integrity and investor protection. But unfortunately, the SEC has largely been missing in action just seven years after the financial crisis that cost our economy trillions and hurt many American families who lost their homes, jobs, savings and more. Today, the SEC is failing to enforce the law and write regulations to deal with the profound flaws in our markets that create dangerous instability and harm everyday investors.”

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Read the full Politico piece by Dennis Kelleher here.

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