Investors Beware: SEC Nominee is Pro-Big Business

 

George W. Bush has nominated Representative Chris Cox to be Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission -- the governments's chief watchdog to protect your investments -- a politician who voted against:

  • Most of the corporate reforms since Enron to prevent financial scandals
  • Allowing workers to immediately sell the company stock in their 401(k)s when they tank
  • Tougher conflict-of-interest standards for accountants and financial advisors to ensure they protect your assets not inflate profits
  • Accountability for dishonest CEOs
  • Giving workers a seat on their own pension boards.

Write now and join Public Citizen and other allies in labor, socially-responsible investing and consumer groups in expressing grave concern over Chris Cox's nomination to be voted on this week.  As a thank you, we'll send you a funny and interesting video on Cox's past.  Need more details?  Click here for our groundbreaking report.

 


January 19, 2018

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