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A Kinder, Gentler NASD Regulation? New NASD Chief Says the Group Must Become Smarter

Traders Magazine, November 2000

Sanford Wexler

An academic who once served in former President George Bush's Treasury Department starts his new career as NASD chief executive with a surprising confession: The enforcement unit could do a better job.

The National Association of Securities Dealers' hasn't "done the best job in giving our examiners the cutting-edge tools and training for them to work more effectively," Robert Glauber told attendees at the annual Security Traders Association conference in Boca Raton.

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