The Securities and Exchange Commission is currently investigating 50 cases of credit-default swaps and 150 hedge funds, Chairman Mary Schapiro told the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. The investigations are in line with objectives of the Obama Administration to overhaul financial regulations.

The SEC is also probing more than two dozen municipal securities for potential “fraud, public corruption and price transparency,” Schapiro said.

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