The broadest shake-up in US financial services law since the Great Depression will likely require the Securities and Exchange Commission to beef up its staff with 800 new positions, the SEC’s chief said in prepared remarks. Carrying out these new responsibilities will be “logistically challenging and extremely labor intensive,” SEC chairman Mary Schapiro said in testimony prepared for a House of Representatives subcommittee hearing.
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