Friday, April 23, 2010

While the Banks were Diddling the Public, The SEC was.....

Yesterday I mentioned that 'It is not lack of regulation--it is the failure of regulators to do their jobs properly that is the problem. If regulators are not able to carry out their duties under the current regulatory system--another layer of bureaucratic entanglements will not remedy the problem that has become pervasive in our society.'

A new report from ABC News suggests that while the markets were crashing in 2008 SEC officials were busy attending to their own vices. I also stated that' until corporations and governments embrace and promote the cultivation of moral character in both private sector leadership and regulatory bodies nothing will be solved in eradicating the self-destructive behavior demonstrated by so many individuals and groups in contemporary society.'

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