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Ms. Elizabeth G. Jacobs

Deputy Director of the Commission's Office of International Affairs

Securities and Exchange Commission

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.gov

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Securities and Exchange Commission

100 F St. NE

Washington DC, District of Columbia 20549

United States

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(the "SEC"). The offering and sale of the Notes are being made by means of a prospectus supplement and an accompanying base prospectus related to the offering. Before you invest, you should read the prospectus supplement and the base prospectus for more c ... more

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law degree , with honors

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Elizabeth Jacobs, deputy director of the SEC's Office of International Affairs, cited a footnote in an SEC brief, filed Dec. 21 in SEC v. Tourre, in which the commission stated its position. The case is an ongoing enforcement action against Goldman Sachs executive Fabrice Tourre alleging misconduct in connection with a collateralized debt obligation issued in 2007 (42 SRLR 2123, 11/8/10).

Jacobs, speaking at an SEC enforcement panel organized by the D.C. Bar, said she spoke her own views and not for the commission or its staff.
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Elizabeth Jacobs, Deputy Director SEC Office of International Affairs
The footnote referenced by Jacobs in the SEC's Tourre brief states that the Dodd-Frank act "effectively overruled Morrison by codifying" the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit's "long-standing conduct and effects test (which Morrison had repudiated) for civil enforcement actions brought by the SEC. Jacobs added that one concern of the high court majority was that Congress had not expressed its intention that Section 10(b) would apply outside the United States. "Congress has now spoken," she said. "If Congress's intention was one factor-at least that has been answered" by Section 929P.
Open to Challenge
The SEC's position ultimately could face legal challenge, Jacobs acknowledged.
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In other remarks, Jacobs reminded the audience that comments on the SEC's study of whether federal securities laws should be amended to allow private lawsuits involving transnational securities fraud should be sent in by Feb. 18 (42 SRLR 2043, 11/1/10). The SEC's report to Congress on the results of the study and recommendations are due a year from now, she said.


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Elizabeth Jacobs, deputy director of the SEC's Office of International Affairs, said global cooperation through the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) was crucial. ‘IOSCO gives you an international benchmark,' she said.


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Washington (Dec. 2, 2003) - The Securities and Exchange Commission appointed Elizabeth Jacobs as deputy director of the commission's Office of International Affairs.

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Washington (Dec. 2, 2003) - The Securities and Exchange Commission appointed Elizabeth Jacobs as deputy director of the commission's Office of International Affairs.

Harbeck Named New SIPC Prexy, CEO

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