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James A. Kidney

Trial Attorney

Securities and Exchange Commission

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Securities and Exchange Commission

100 F St. NE

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20549

United States

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The Bank Foxes are Guarding the SEC Chicken Coop!

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Former SEC attorney, James Kidney, has pressured the SEC to investigate Goldman Sach's executives for their involvement in the 2007 Abacus 2007-ACI investment scam.
When Mr. Kidney retired from the SEC in March of 2014, he commented in his retirement speech, "on the rare occasions when enforcement does go to the Penthouse, good manners are paramount.


Meet Your Newest Legislator: Citigroup

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Former SEC Attorney, James Kidney, Speaks Out on Court's Insider Trading Bombshell
Former SEC Attorney, James Kidney, Speaks Out on Court's Insider Trading Bombshell


Law Partners of Trump's SEC Nominee Gave Huge Sums to Elect Hillary - Not Trump

wallstreetonparade.com [cached]

In 2015, James Kidney, a former SEC trial attorney for a quarter of a century, penned an OpEd at Wall Street On Parade.
Kidney raised concerns over the sagging reputation of the SEC and the Washington-New York nexus that has captured it. Kidney wrote:


Please Mr. President, No More Northeast Defense Lawyers on the SEC

wallstreetonparade.com [cached]

By James A. Kidney: June 18, 2015
James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney James A. Kidney, Former SEC Trial Attorney Mr. Kidney was a trial attorney at the Washington office of the SEC for 25 years before retiring in 2014.


Goldman Sachs Wants Your Money - Good News? | Better Markets

bettermarkets.com [cached]

The piece draws heavily on the recollections of and documents and emails saved by a retired SEC lawyer named James Kidney, who had been assigned to the Goldman investigation and tasked with bringing the case to trial.
Looking back on how events transpired, the piece concludes with an observation by Kidney that he "...still rues the Goldman case as a missed chance to learn the lessons of the financial crisis. 'The answers to unasked questions are now lost to history as well as to law enforcement,' he said. 'It is a shame.'"


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