Allegations of Improper Coordination Between the SEC and Other Governmental Entities Concerning the SEC's Enforcement Against Goldman Sachs and Co: Invest. Report
Report of an investigation into allegations by Rep. Darrell Issa and others that SEC employees communicated or coordinated with the White House concerning the bringing, or the timing of bringing, an action against Goldman Sachs & Co. ("Goldman"), prior to the April 16, 2010 filing of the SEC's complaint against Goldman, in order to affect debate of the financial regulatory reform legislation pending before the U.S. Senate. Issa and others also alleged that SEC employees may have had communications with the New York Times concerning the SEC complaint against Goldman prior to the filing of the complaint. This is the report of the investigation with redaction. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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