Experts explain SEC's new whistle-blower program

05/26/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Finance

The Securities and Exchange Commission voted this week to develop rules for a whistle-blower program to encourage reporting of corporate fraud. The $300 million program is expected to change how the SEC polices and how individuals report suspected fraud. Cadwalader partners Brad Bondi and Steven Lofchie offer their insight on the system.

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