SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro: Make the Markets Fair

In an interview with Kiplinger editors, Uncle Sam’s top securities cop discusses what her agency is doing -- or would like to do -- about money-market funds, mutual fund fees, high frequency trading and other issues.

Mary L. Schapiro - Chairperson of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
(Image credit: ©2011 Brad Trent)

Mary Schapiro is chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Her well-appointed Washington, D.C., office sports a stunning view of the U.S. capitol and a sign on the door that reads, “How Does It Help Investors?”

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Manuel Schiffres
Executive Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance