Developments in Securities Regulation, Corporate Governance, Capital Markets, M&A and Other Topics of Interest. MORE

The SEC has released the study required by an independent consultant pursuant to Section 967 of the Dodd-Frank Act.  The study examines the internal operations, structure and need for reform at the SEC.  The report draws two key conclusions.  First, the SEC has significant opportunity to further optimize its available resources.  Second, Congress should reflect on whether or not such optimization adequately meets its expectations for the agency’s efficiency and effectiveness.

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Steve has a strong reputation in M&A, securities and international transactions, offering a rare combination of excellence and value who presents well to boards. Steve represents clients across the United States in mergers and acquisitions, ESOPs, REITs, securities regulation, securities offerings, international transactions and financing matters. He uses his deep background in law, finance, accounting and project management to complete his clients’ most strategically important and challenging assignments.

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