Today's topic is a great one – one that is of central importance to the fairness of our markets and their integrity. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the U.S. system of protecting the integrity of capital markets have long been seen as the gold standard. But does that continue to be true? Are there other systems and models that are, in fact, better than what we do here in the United States? We, of course, are filled with flaws and shortcomings of our own.
Matthew Diller, Martin Gelter, Eugenio J. Cardenas, Merritt B. Fox, Geoffrey Jarvis, Pierre-Henri Conac, Todd Cosenza, Jill Fisch, Yuliya Guseva, Elad Roisman & Sean Griffith,
Global Investor Protection: Securities Law Enforcement Around the World,
Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L.
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