SEC to Swindlers Who Sucker Seniors: Crackdown Coming on 'Free Lunch'

Hume, Lynn
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/27/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32347, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Christopher Cox pertaining to the first initiative under a new national strategy for protecting older investors. This initiative has been developed by the SEC regional and district offices. The commission has also planned to work with local community groups to hold education seniors about investment fraud and abuse and has set up special sections on its Web site dedicated to seniors.


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