Senator Elizabeth Warren sent a sharp letter to Mary Jo White, Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission. “You have now been SEC Chair for over two years, and to date, your leadership of the Commission has been extremely disappointing.” Senator Warren raises four major issues: The SEC’s failure to finalize the rules for disclosure […]
The last time Washington saw Elizabeth Warren, she was thrown out of town for her strong advocacy of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act established the CFPB. Warren is credited with creating the CFPB, tirelesslessy lobbying for its inclusion in Dodd-Frank, and worked on implementation of the […]
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