Being Christopher Cox
On Friday of this week, I will be attending the US Chamber’s luncheon briefing featuring SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, Outlook from the SEC.
Chairman Cox intends to give an in-depth look at the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission’s initiatives and priorities for the year ahead.
Christopher Cox has been mentioned by name at least six times on this blog here, here, here, here, here and here. The SEC has been quoted or discussed many, many more.
I was reading and briefing myself, as I always do, on the latest from Christopher Cox and the SEC so I could formulate a good question for Mr. Cox, if the situation allows.
And then I had a brilliant idea.
Why not ask my readers to tell me what question I should ask Chairman Cox?
So, I will entertain your ideas today, either via comments on this post or via email directly, for the question I will ask Chairman Cox. I will publish the Top 5 questions on Friday morning Eastern Standard Time, before the luncheon. You’ll have to watch the blog over the weekend to find out which question was actually asked and how he answered it.
Or maybe it will be broadcast on CNBC again!
So fire away. I can’t wait to hear what you want to know about the SEC and its “initiatives and priorities for the year ahead.”
Will the SEC adopt my “Blankfein Test” and ignore insigificant enforcement actions, like that against the PWC two?
Francine — Ask Cox if he could provide an update to ex-PCAOB chairman William McDonough’s statement of two years ago, that the regulators “didn’t have a clue” what they would do in the event of the failure of another of the Big Four.