Mayer Brown partners Matt Kluchenek and Glen Kopp continue their discussions related to spoofing during this week's episode, focusing on the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) enforcement activities. They explore some of the statutory tools the SEC has to take actions against spoofing in the securities markets and related enforcement trends.
At the Crossroads: CFTC and DOJ Enforcement is a video weekly series hosted by Matt and Glen. Each episode, they discuss a topic at the intersection of enforcement by the CFTC and the DOJ. The goal: to help legal and compliance departments protect their organizations in an increasingly rigorous regulatory environment.
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