To lead SEC, Trump picks attorney with ties to Goldman Sachs

Bain, Ben
January 2017
Financial-planning.com;1/5/2017, p1
Jay Clayton represented the bank in connection with the $10 billion bailout it received in 2008 as part of the government's $700 billion rescue of banks during the financial crisis.


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