“Under oath: Securities hearings reveal new FRM details,” an article that appeared in the Feb. 25-March 10 issue of NHBR, referred erroneously to a claim in the report of the Attorney General’s Office about “regulatory curiosity” in the FRM matter. The report faulted the Bureau of Securities Regulation as a whole in lacking “regulatory curiosity,” and did not single out a particular employee at the bureau.
The article also said that Jeffrey Spill and others at the bureau were sometimes “reined in” while questioning officials from the Attorney General’s Office during the bureau’s hearings into the FRM matter. Spill did not question these officials – others did.The article also incorrectly named the executive director of the New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Committee. She is Kathryn R. Dodge.

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