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S.E Seen It All

Erin Schneider has spent nearly 17 years with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, where she is currently regional director of the agency’s San Francisco office. Schneider has investigated or supervised dozens of matters, including Elon Musk’s famous tweet debacle and the alleged fraud of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, and Schneider still has her hands full. Indeed, we’ll be talking with Schneider about the many moving pieces the agency is tracking right now, from badly behaving CEOs, to SPACs, to crypto regulation.

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