Search Results: Personnel Changes

SEC Gets 2 New Commissioners; Agency to Advance its Aggressive (and Provocative) Rulemaking Agenda

On June 16, 2022, the U.S. Senate confirmed Jaime Lizárraga and Mark Uyeda as SEC Commissioners.  Once seated, the agency will have a full slate of five commissioners for the first time in six months, following the departure of Commissioner Elad Roisman. Mark Uyeda, a long-time SEC staffer, rejoins the…

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SEC Enforcement Updates: Interim Director Named; Staff Investigative Powers Bolstered; “Bad Boy” Waivers Less Certain

The past few weeks have ushered in signs of what’s likely to come from the SEC’s Division of Enforcement under the Biden Administration, including a greater number of investigations and a tougher path to “bad boy” waivers for issuers.  The SEC’s enforcement program plays a critical role in the agency’s…

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