SEC chair White says there’s ‘work to do’ in implementing Dodd-Frank

In a statement, White praised the efforts made in her first year as chair

In the four years since its implementation, the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has seen its successes — just take a look at how the conflict minerals provision has changed the landscape of Democratic Republic of Congo mines. However, according to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chair Mary Jo White, much more needs to be done to experience the law’s full impact.

White released a statement on July 17, detailing the SEC’s efforts in enforcing Dodd-Frank regulations. White, named chair in 2013, says she has been pleased with the progress being made thus far.

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