SEC nominees lauded at Senate hearing

Hume, Lynn Stevens
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/01/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30242, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Senate Banking Committee members had heaped praise on Paul Carey and Laura Unger, President Bill Clinton's nominees to become commissioners of the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), at a hearing held September 30, 1997. Indication that the Banking Committee will approve the two nominees; Indication of support for the two nominees from SEC chairman Arthur Levitt.


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