And as the SEC’s enforcement chief with say-so over settlements, as it happens, he does.
Actually, it won’t even be that hard.
Having gritted their teeth through Gary Gensler and Rohit Chopra, the pitchforks are out for Saule Omarova.
And also not take away their free ice cream.
Proxy disclosures a decade in the making are finally coming.
Xi Jinping is extremely busy these days.
Since all that work will be moot soon enough, once they cease to be.
At last, the real criminal: MassMutual.
The old is new again and again and again. And Steve Cohen and Cathie Wood want more of it.
Selections from the cutting-room floor of Gary Gensler’s Senate Banking Committee testimony.
We’re sure all Gary Gensler needs to stop worry and love payment for order flow is time.
Look, when Gary Gensler took his seat at the head of the SEC earlier this year, we were promised something a little different.
Makes as much sense as any of the rest of it, no?
Time to cut a deal before a judge calls time on the whole party, although that’s probably not going to happen.
Allegedly. What I can tell you from on-the-ground reporting is that it is also very, very hot in a literal sense.
As with everything else it does, regulators are getting ready to pull the plug.
In fact, he thinks it looks downright regulatable.