Mary Jo White on Stock Market Rules
Mary Jo White spoke at the Economic Club of New York. She outlined new stock market rules. The proposed changes included oversight of high-speed traders and improving the transparency of private trading venues.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Dudley, William C. President and CEO Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Hutchins, Glenn Co-Founder and CEO Silver Lake Investment Bank
- Norris, Floyd Chief Financial Correspondent New York Times
- White, Mary Jo Chair Securities and Exchange Commission
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