Saving investors money: reducing excessive SEC fees : hearing before the Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises of the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, March 7, 2001, Volume 4
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Schumer Sen Charles E a U S Senator from the State of New York
Unger Hon Laura S Acting Chairman U S Securities and Exchange
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American amount appropriators banking agencies believe benefit BENTSEN brokerage firm Capital Markets Chairman Baker Chairman Gramm Congress Congressional corporation cost of regulation dollars ensure equity Excessive SEC Fees Exchange Commission federal securities laws fee rates fee structure financial regulators fiscal Fossella fund the SEC going Government Sponsored Enterprises Heebner intended investor protection issue KANJORSKI legislation liquidity market makers market participants merger and tender Mike Oxley million mutual funds Nasdaq NSMIA offsetting collections Ohio Old Naples Oxley paid pay parity pension plans percent reduce the fees Reducing Excessive SEC retirement revenue Saving Investors Money SEC employees SEC's budget Section 31 fees Section 6(b Securities and Exchange securities industry securities markets securities transactions Senator GRAMM Senator Schumer specialists staff STEPHANIE TUBBS JONES Subcommittee on Capital tender offer testimony Thank TIAA-CREF transaction fees trustees UNGER user fee York Stock Exchange