ANALYSIS: As Lucia Fades Away, the SEC Struggles to Deal with Kokesh

Nov. 15, 2018, 6:47 PM

SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson Jr. is not shy about expressing his opinions. In fact, as he quipped at the Practising Law Institute’s recent Securities Regulations Institute in New York, he is likely “not long for politics” because of his plain-spoken approach to his job. Commissioner Jackson has publicly criticized what he sees as excessive investment banking fees in connection with middle-market IPOs, raised other significant market structure questions, and, in his keynote address at the PLI event, called on his fellow commissioners to move quickly to finalize the still-unfinished Dodd-Frank Act rulemaking. Congress mandated SEC action in several areas ...

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