In episode No. 13 of Human Capital, we talk with Christopher Gerold, president of the North American Securities Administrators Association and chief of the New Jersey Bureau of Securities, about the relief put in place by state securities regulators in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Listen in as Gerold, former Deputy Attorney General in the Securities Fraud Prosecution Section of the New Jersey Division of Law, also talks about the “opportunistic frauds” that state regulators are seeing related to COVID-19.
Gerold, who also helped craft New Jersey’s fiduciary rule, provides an update on state fiduciary rule efforts.
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