House Panel Approves Bill on SEC Fee Cuts, Pay Parity

Hume, Lynn
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/22/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31102, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of a bipartisan bill for the reduction of fees of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and allow it to search higher pay levels on par with the banking regulators in the United States. Similar bill in the Senate; Rejected amendments to the bill; Complaint on the overcollection of fees of the SEC.


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