Former SEC Chair Schapiro Reportedly Joining Consulting Firm; Another Former Regulator Cashes In On Contacts In A Subtle, Legal Form Of Corruption

"In my case, there's no revolving door…I won't ever be going back to government," the 57-year-old Ms. Schapiro said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, which broke the news.. She decided that after spending "28 of the last 32 years as a regulator," now was the "right time…to do something different," WSJ reported.


The risk-management, regulatory and compliance consulting firm says that Schapiro will serve as a managing director and chairman of its governance and markets practice, according to The Washington Post.


Federal regulation of everything from autos to securities is corrupted by former regulators who switch sides, and Schapiro's new position is a continuation of that decades-old tradition. While it is accepted in Washington as business as usual, it quietly corrupts American government.


Promontory represents Wall Street. Since Schaipro only left the SEC four months ago, she knows how the agency works and its most infliuential players. She will be an effective consultant but there ought to be a law preventing former regulators to play the angles the outside world does not know even exists in order to help the people they once regulated escape, minimize and evade effective government regulation.

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