'A Lion of the Securities Bar.' Former Colleagues Reflect on Harvey Pitt's Legacy
Also, FDIC's Gruenberg signals pay rules are coming soon and they will be tough
Harvey Pitt, who died suddenly yesterday at 78, was born to be SEC chairman. He knew it, too. And wanted the job more than anything.
The youngest general counsel in the agency’s history, Pitt left to become the go-to private attorney for companies in trouble. By the time he was nominated by President George W. Bush in 2001, Pitt was the acknowledged gian…
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