Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society
Programs

AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE WHITE HOUSE AND THE SEC

October 11, 1989 Richard Breeden and President George H.W. Bush

A Conversation with Richard Breeden

Chairman, Breeden Capital Management LLC
Assistant to President George H.W. Bush for Issues Analysis, and
Former Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


Live Video Broadcast
June 2nd * 12:00 noon ET

Moderated by

Dr. Kurt Hohenstein

Curator, Regulating the Regulators: The Executive Branch and the SEC, 1981-2008 Gallery

Free and accessible worldwide without prior registration

Museum

THE RICHARD C. ADKERSON GALLERY ON THE SEC ROLE IN ACCOUNTING STANDARDS SETTING

© William Hamilton/The New Yorker Collection; Rights Managed

Treasures from the Collection

During the year, the virtual museum and archive will highlight significant primary and original materials on financial regulation unique to its collection.

The Richard C. Adkerson Gallery on the SEC Role in Accounting Standards Setting was the museum's first, and is to date the only, Gallery to address an accounting or auditing subject. It was also the first to be exclusively sponsored, thanks to the generous support of Richard C. Adkerson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, Inc. and the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation. Curated by George P. Fritz, a retired PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP partner and consultant to professional accounting organizations, the Gallery opened in 2012 and currently is the museum's most-accessed Gallery.

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The virtual museum and archive is copyrighted by the SEC Historical Society. The Society reserves the right to restrict access to or use of the museum by any user at any time.

Users are prohibited from sharing or downloading any material for publication or commercial purposes without written permission from the Executive Director. Requests for permission must be submitted by email and specify the material requested and for what purpose.

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