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Sep 30, 1995

Interview: Howard Kramer

The man at the SEC whose devision was responsible for the Market 2000 report on reform of the US stock market

American exchanges are working furiously to develop winning strategies and products to compete in the global capital market. Closely watching - and always guiding - this interesting evolution is the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). With a larger view of how the US market should be shaped, the SEC is following up on its now-famous Market 2000 study, fine-tuning the market mechanism to allow corporations smoother access to capital. One SEC leader who is key in this process is Howard

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