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SEC Enforcement Priorities Under Biden: Reading the Tea Leaves

Compliance Week

13 Nov 2020

Jina Choi spoke to Compliance Week about how a new presidential administration and change of party affiliation in the White House will alter the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) enforcement priorities in 2021 and beyond.

According to Jina, it’s more important than ever for compliance officers to make sure “they stay on top of whistleblower complaints” and that “individuals feel like they’re being heard when making internal complaints, which may make it less likely that they report externally to the SEC.”

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