Professor Bullard’s Comment Letter to the SEC Featured in Investment News and Politico Pro

On Oct. 2, Professor Bullard submitted a comment letter to the SEC on the agency’s proposal to permit general solicitation and public advertising of “private” securities offerings. He contends that the SEC’s proposal fails to comply with notice and comment requirements and with the agency’s own cost-benefit analysis guidelines. He has previously submitted three letters on the proposal, which would implement the most dramatic changes to private offering regulation since the enactment of the Securities Act of 1933. Professor Bullard’s letter and comments were featured in an Oct. 7 article in Investment News and in an Oct. 9 story in Politico Pro.