How Mary Jo White should fix the SEC's image problem

01/29/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

The Securities and Exchange Commission has a reputation for being politicized and inefficient and for letting too many crimes go unpunished. Mary Jo White, whom President Barack Obama has nominated as the next SEC chairman, could address that image problem by forcing a resolution on money-fund reform, setting a high standard for fraud cases and confronting Congress about a lack of funding and needed reforms, writes Moshe Silver.

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