Arthur Levitt

Goldman Sachs

Guest

Policy advisor to Goldman Sachs and author of the 2002 book, Take on the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know and What You Can Do to Fight Back; former chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (1993-2001); senior adviser at the Carlyle Group

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