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Six Former SEC Chairmen to Discuss Challenges in SEC Historical Society Program


Mary McCue
McCue, Inc.
(p) 202-543-3152
Carla Rosati
SEC Historical Society

Washington, D.C., May 13 — In an on-line oral histories program sponsored by the SEC Historical Society, six former SEC Chairmen will meet to discuss challenges and issues on Wednesday, June 2 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. EDT. The Roundtable will be broadcast live on www.sechistorical.org

Moderated by former Chairman David S. Ruder (1987 — 1989), the Roundtable will also include (in alphabetical order):

Richard C. Breeden (1989 — 1993)
G. Bradford Cook (1973)
Roderick M. Hills (1975-1977
Arthur Levitt (1993-2001)
Harvey L. Pitt (2001-2003)

The on-line program will be broadcast from the William O. Douglas Room at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, 450 Fifth St. NW, Washington, DC. It is open to Society members, SEC staff and members of the public who indicate that they would like to attend. (Photo id required for entrance).

Founded in 1999, the SEC Historical Society is a non-profit organization, independent of the SEC, that preserves and shares historical records of the SEC and the securities industry through its virtual museum at www.sechistorical.org. Its collection includes oral histories, photos, donated papers, publications and memoranda. The Society also hosts events like the Roundtable as part of its educational outreach. This year, the Society is commemorating the 70th anniversary of the SEC through its programs.

The Roundtable will be archived in the virtual museum after broadcast. To RSVP for the Roundtable, contact h.zimmerman@sechistorical.org.



Modified: 05/28/2004