"In Search of Transparency, Accountability, and Competition: The Regulation of Credit Rating Agencies" blog
Good morning. I appreciate the opportunity to be with you. Before I continue, I must remind you that my remarks today are my own and do not represent the views of the SEC or my fellow commissioners.
Remarks at News Teleconference Announcing Enforcement Action Against Former N.Y. State Official and Top Political Advisor blog
Good afternoon. And thank you Attorney General [Andrew] Cuomo. This has been an excellent coordinated effort by our two agencies. We look forward to continuing to work closely together on this and other investigations.
Good afternoon. Thank you for coming.
My name is Robert Khuzami, and I am the Director of the SEC's Division of Enforcement.
I am joined by my colleagues up here on the dais. It is their skill and hard work that have brought us here today. I will introduce them at the conclusion of my remarks.
Good morning. I want to join Chairman Schapiro in recognizing the Division of Investment Management and the offices of General Counsel and Economic Analysis for their contributions to this proposing release. And I want to commend the Chairman for taking up this critical rulemaking in such a timely way.
Remarks at the Open Meeting of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission Regarding Money Market Fund Reform blog
Thank you, Chairman Schapiro.
Thank you, Secretary Geithner.
As many of you know, we are all working hard to effectively reform our financial regulatory landscape. And, in the process, better police the financial markets and restore investor confidence.
Good Morning. This is an open meeting of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on May 14, 2009. Today, we are considering a recommendation from the Division of Investment Management that the Commission propose rules to strengthen the custody controls that apply to investment advisers.