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Articles Tagged - maryjowhite

The Current Status of the JOBS Act Within The SEC

By Startup Valley, Posted in Crowdfunding

President Obama first signed the JOBS Act into law on April 5, 2012. Portions of the JOBS Act had a requirement that the Securities and Exchange Commission adopt changes to existing restrictions on advertising private security placements, propose new rules or revise them.The bill will ultimately be responsible for introducing new entrepreneurs to market through equity crowdfunding. It can also create and stimulate economic growth by creating new jobs and demand for people of skilled trades. Dodd-Frank Act... read more.

Senate confirms Mary Jo White as SEC Chair

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

StartupValley is pleased to announce Mary Jo White as SEC chairwoman. Earlier today, the Senate confirmed White as the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission. She gained the support of President Barack Obama, who nominated her for the position in early January.The SEC is responsible setting new rules in place regarding various financial markets and the policies of Wall Street. The agency is overdue on finalizing the 2012 Jumpstart Our Businesses Startups (JOBS) Act, which will offer tremendous oppor... read more.

SEC Nominee Mary Jo White to be Questioned at Hearing

By Startup Valley, Posted in Events

President Barack Obama has elected former federal prosecutor Mary Jo White to run the Securities and Exchange Commission. White’s credentials make her a respectable candidate who can make an impact as Wall Street’s regulator. Many have been vocal about their feelings towards White. Some believe that she can be a good fit because of her financial background, while others question her ability to improve the overall structure of Wall Street.Mary Jo White has worked as a prosecutor in New York for o... read more.

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