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Wendy Fried is an independent business writer, editor, and plain language consultant. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Inc. Magazine and The Hartford Business Journal, and she's a former contributing editor at Footnoted.org. She blogs at The Big Do-Over: Can Financial Regulation be Fixed? (see link below).
In a prior life, Wendy was a corporate and securities lawyer (mainly on the fixed income side) and served as senior counsel at a prominent trade association, where she worked on regulatory policy and market practice standards for the financial services industry. Her former blog about corporate governance, Proxyland (www.proxyland.blogspot.com), drew praise in Business Week and elsewhere. ...More Wendy is available for writing and editing assignments, both for publications and for private business clients. She lives in New York City with two teenage sons and a Wheaten terrier, all of whom are constantly lobbying for less regulation.
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The Big Do-Over: Can Financial Regulation Be Fixed?
Attempts to re-regulate the markets are underway at home and abroad. Politicians promise a glorious new era of oversight, though many of their ideas have been around since Hank Paulson had baby fat.
In the coming weeks and months (or until I get too busy with other work, which would be nice), I'll aim to ...More
flesh out a cast of characters, wade through reports, testimony and legislation, and generally attempt to make sense of what's going on - or nonsense, when that's more appropriate.
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