Throughout his tenure as the Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Commission, Arthur Levitt has worked to educate, empower, and protect America's investors – now more than 50 million strong.
U.S./World Regulatory Relationships: The Future of Corporate Governance
Bringing to bear decades of experience, Arthur Levitt discusses the results of the Sarbanes-Oxley regulation -- increasing global cooperation to increase transparency, investor choice and protection, and to produce a free flow of capital throughout the world—ultimately providing audiences with strategies for continued compliance.
Take on the Street
Drawing from his bestselling book of the same title, Arthur Levitt explains sound investment strategies in plain language, then spells out how to intelligently invest in mutual funds and the stock market, leaving audiences with practical, profitable advice.
Educating and Empowering America’s Investors
Arthur Levitt was the 25th Chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. First appointed by President Clinton in July 1993, the President reappointed Chairman Levitt to a second five-year term in May 1998. He left the Commission on February 9, 2001. Throughout his tenure at the Commission, Chairman Levitt has worked to educate, empower, and protect America's investors – now more than 50 million strong. He is presently Senior Advisor to The Carlyle Group and on the board of Bloomberg LLP as well as a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Levitt’s bestselling book, Take On The Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know/What You Can Do to Fight Back was published by Pantheon Books in October, 2002.