SEC officials who missed the Madoff scandal now in high-paying private jobs

“Several former senior officials at the Securities and Exchange Commission who had the power and tools to stop Bernie Madoff in his criminal tracks — yet ignored warnings for nearly two decades — have moved on to lucrative law-firm partnerships,” says the New York Post. The paper reports they’ve gone from $200,000 or so a year at the SEC to more than $2 million in their new private sector jobs. They’ve got a list.

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