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Outside the Box: An antiquated U.S. regulatory regime allowed SBF to screw up


“I f—ed up.” That what Sam Bankman-Fried was supposedly going to admit under oath to the House Financial Services Committee Tuesday. But his indictment and subsequent arrest Monday night obviously canceled his planned appearance. And within hours, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have now piled on for additional civil actions against SBF.

SEC charges Sam Bankman-Fried with defrauding investors in now-bankrupt FTX

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