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NASAA unveils legislative agenda that “puts investors first”

Investors need more information, education, protection: state regulators WASHINGTON (December 23, 2002)– Investors need more information, more education and more protection, say state securities regulators, who today laid out their legislative agenda for 2003 and the 108th Congress. “These are trying times for investors,” said Christine Bruenn, president of the North American Securities Administrators Association […]

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Penalties for White Collar Offenses: Are We Really Getting Tough on Crime?

June 19, 2002 – Testimony of Bradley W. Skolnik
Indiana Securities Commissioner
Chairman, Enforcement Section
Before the Crime and Drugs Subcommittee Senate Judiciary Committee

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Wall Street to Congress: Shut down states` analyst probe

NASAA President Borg calls attempt “shameful and cynical;” asks “What does the industry have to hide?” WASHINGTON (June 17, 2002)- In a brazen attempt to undermine investor protection, the securities industry is trying to amend a bill scheduled for mark-up Tuesday by the Senate Banking Committee with language that would end a probe by state […]

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Protecting Consumers: What Can Congress Do To Help Financial Regulators?

March 6, 2001 – Written Statement of the North American Securities Administrators Association
To Be Included in the Hearing Record of The Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations and the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Hearing,
Committee on Financial Services

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Organized Crime on Wall Street

September 13, 2000 – Testimony of Bradley W. Skolnik
Indiana Securities Commissioner and NASAA President
Before the House Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Finance and Hazardous Materials, U.S. House of Representatives

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1999 Presidential Speech, Indiana Securities Commissioner Bradley Skolnik

September 28, 1999, NASAA Annual Conference, Puerto Rico

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Promises, promises: Investors warned about risky, fraudulent promissory notes

Con artists target elderly, even pray with victims to gain their trust Washington, D.C. (July 19, 1999) — State securities regulators are warning investors about promissory notes, often sold by insurance agents, that promise high interest rates but are in fact very risky and often fraudulent. Many victims are elderly, like an Indiana woman in […]

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Securities Frauds on the Internet and Current Issues Concerning Online Trading

March 23, 1999 – Testimony of G. Philip Rutledge
Deputy Chief Counsel,
Pennsylvania Securities Commission
Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Governmental Affairs,
United States Senate

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Securities Fraud on the Internet & Online Trading Issues

March 22, 1999 – Testimony of Peter C. Hildreth
Director of Securities Regulation, New Hampshire & NASAA President
Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Governmental Affairs Committee,
United States Senate

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Securities Fraud on the Internet & Online Trading Issues

March 22, 1999 – Testimony of Peter C. Hildreth
Director of Securities Regulation, New Hampshire & NASAA President
Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Governmental Affairs Committee,
United States Senate

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