16 Aug. 2010 | Comments (0)
- Title VII -- Wall Street Transparency and Accountability (pertaining to the sale, clearing and governance of hedging instruments such as swaps)
- Title IX -- Investor Protection and Improvements to the Regulation of Securities (regarding Office of the Investor Advocate, SEC whistleblower program, credit rating agency review, asset-backed securities, share lending and “proxy plumbing,” and executive compensation)
- Other (other initiatives to be undertaken by the SEC in response to the Dodd-Frank Act)
- Staff will try to meet with any interested parties seeking a meeting. When the number of requests exceeds availability, the staff will seek out parties with varying viewpoints. Staff may have to limit the number of meetings with similarly situated parties and will limit multiple meetings with the same party.
- Staff will reach out as necessary to solicit views from affected stakeholders who do not appear to be fully represented by the developing public record on a particular issue.
- Staff will ask those who request meetings to provide, prior to the meeting, an agenda of intended topics for discussion. After the meeting, the agenda will become part of the public record.
- Meeting participants will be encouraged to submit written comments to the public file, so that all interested parties have the opportunity to review and consider the views expressed.