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Editor: Eric C. Chaffee
Univ. of Toledo College of Law

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Paulson Conference on Capital Market Begins

As a prelude to today's Treasury Dept-sponsored conference on capital markets, Treasury Secretary Paulson gave an interview on Monday, identifying the areas of reform.  “What I hope to achieve tomorrow,” he said, “is to get a diverse group of participants from various parties, different viewpoints — investor protection, people with regulatory public backgrounds, people with a lot of experience in the capital markets — to focus on the three areas we identified early on: the regulatory structure, accounting, and legal and corporate governance issues.”   Both Paulson and SEC Chair Cox will speak at public sessions; there will also be private sessions between Wall St. executives and administration officials.  See NYTimes, Bush Aides and Business Meet on Shift in Regulation

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