How Much is Enough? Peirce Questions SEC Data Collection and Use

As the SEC increasingly hones its ability to gather data and finds new ways to analyze it, Commissioner Hester Peirce, in a recent speech, waved a yellow caution flag. She challenged not only the amount of data the agency collects, but what the SEC’s attorneys and economists do with it.
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