SEC Inspector General H. David Kotz In the first Congressional hearing since the Madoff scandal broke in December, Mr. Kotz said his agency’s handling of the Madoff case may be a symptom of more widespread problems with how the agency handles its examinations and investigations.
Kotz testified on the subject of “Assessing the Madoff Ponzi Scheme.”
Frankly it sounds like the SEC will spend as much time and energy investigating themselves on the Madoff matter as they will actually investigating the Madoff matter itself.
- Coverage in the Wall Street Journal: Madoff Case Symptom of Widespread Problems, SEC’s Kotz Says
- Transcript of Testimony of H. David Kotz Inspector General of the SEC before the House Committee on Financial Services
- The Conglomerate: Madoff and SEC Reform