Paul Hodgson: What prospects for shareholders at a headless SEC if Jay Clayton leaves?
The SEC Chair has been linked to the Chief Prosecutor role for the Southern District of New York, potentially putting the SEC on a commissioner rollercoaster
The tenure of SEC chair Jay Clayton was described as “muted”, by a New York Times article discussing the controversial firing of Geoffrey Berman, who was removed this week from his position as United States attorney for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) to make way for Cla…
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