Ken Olisa, former ENRC director, says companies claiming to adhere to the highest standards of corporate governance while in reality remaining under the control of the founding shareholders offend the basic precept of free markets — transparency.
The Securities and Exchange Commission Internship Program is offered in Washington, D.C. and 11 other cities including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Miami. Though these are volunteer opportunities, they offer students responsibilities and practical experiences that not only complement their classroom work but also promote their careers. Through the duration of their experience, students work with Commission staff on several division specific projects. Additionally, students may participate in seminars and workshops on various aspects of Federal securities laws. Take a moment to hear what our interns have to say about their experience with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For more information visit Student Programs at the SEC: The SEC Internship Experience.
Thanks to a heads-up from Broc Romanek, this week there is a second video for the same price as one.