The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed a series of changes to its whistleblower program that the agency says will boost the efficiency and overall performance of its informant-driven enforcement actions. The SEC added the proposed amendments to the whistleblower program to the Federal Register July 20. The changes would provide the SEC with additional tools to ensure that whistleblowers are appropriately rewarded for their efforts, the agency said. The SEC also proposed ways to increase efficiency in the whistleblower claims review process and to clarify the requirements for whistleblower anti-retaliation protections. The SEC’s whistleblower program was established by ... Read More
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