Cox will unite regulators before January

Author: | Published: 12 Nov 2008

SEC Chairman Christopher Cox plans regulation that would bring the SEC and Commodity Futures Trading Commission under one roof before he leaves office in January.

In a speech before the Practicing Law Institute in New York, Cox said that consolidation of the SEC and CFTC would protect all areas of the markets, and prevent the missteps that caused this market crisis.

After the speech, Cox talked to IFLR and explained his desire for immediate action.

“The top priorities for me over the next couple...



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