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Friday, April 16, 2010

Schapiro Releases Response to Agency's Performance in Stanford Fraud

The SEC's Office of Inspector General has apparently released a report critical of the agency's performance in failing to detect the Stanford fraud earlier.  I can't find the report on the OIG website, but Chair Schapiro has released a response to it -- essentially, "long ago and far away":

This report recounts events that occurred at the Commission between 1997 and 2005. Since that time, much has changed and continues to change regarding the agency's leadership, its internal procedures and its culture of collaboration. The report makes seven recommendations, most of which have been implemented since 2005. We will carefully analyze the report and implement any additional reforms as necessary for effective investor protection.

It also released a Fact Sheet.

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These kind of releases are necessary for the department
because a it gives an analytical report on the matter.

Posted by: Asset Search | Apr 19, 2010 3:54:03 AM

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