Securities Enforcers

New leaders of the SEC Enforcement Division outline their top priorities.

, The National Law Journal


Appointed by chairman Mary Jo White to co-direct the SEC Enforcement Division, long-time friends George Canellos and Andrew Ceresney have a formidable to-do list. They talk to NLJ about their plans for the division.

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  • JW

    Their management philosophy--"Divide and Conquer." Umm, yeah, that doesn't sound like a management strategy, that sounds like a conflict strategy. I think these two are confused about what it means to lead and manage. I would have canned them if they tried that as one of my managers.

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