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SEC Chair Presses for More Funding for Advisor Exams, Enforcement
by: Kenneth Corbin
Thursday, May 16, 2013

WASHINGTON -- The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday defended the agency's request for a significant budget increase before a House oversight committee, arguing that the additional funding is necessary to equip the SEC with the resources to handle a litany of regulatory tasks, including increased examinations of investment advisors and enforcement actions.

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