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September 16, 2009

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Arthur Mboue

At last a researcher is joining the SEC leadership. Prof Henry Hu is neither a trial lawyer nor a professional accountant. To implement a research work, we must focus on practical research, we must expect an opposition just because it is a new idea, new way of thinking. Prof Henry Hu and his new division should work with FED research finding without any reservation {near the Union Station?}
Our(SEC) hot topic is now Executive compensation but Research Prof Henry Hu's work does only focus on derivatives and Federal Reserve forecasting. We believe that FED establishment should not limit executive compensation, it is anti-capitalistic, it is Fidel Castro style (Leo?!). But SEC should defend a clear disclosure to the investing public without ignoring the fact that CEO, CFO,.. are also internal investors of their companies. I stand by a good formula to make this dislosure clear, simple and logic to an average investing public. It is neither a lottery nor a tip. Let work as a team for the transparency
Arthur Mboue,MBA, JD

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