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By David Conn and David Conn,Sun Staff Writer | November 18, 1994
After two and a half years on the Securities and Exchange Commission, J. Carter Beese Jr. yesterday rejoined his old firm, Alex. Brown & Sons Inc., as vice chairman of Alex. Brown International, in charge of the firm's international capital markets group.Mr. Beese, 38, announced in August his plans to resign from the SEC, which he joined in March 1992. Earlier this week, he joined the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies as a senior adviser and chairman of the newly established CSIS Capital Markets Regulatory Reform Project.
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April 10, 2007
J. Carter Beese Jr., a former commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and former principal of Alex. Brown & Sons, ended his life Sunday at a home in Malibu, Calif. The Owings Mills resident was 50. Mr. Beese was being treated for depression, family members said. John Carter Beese Jr. was born and raised in Hackensack, N.J. He was a 1974 graduate of Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. After earning a bachelor's degree in economics and political science from Rollins College in 1978, he began his career at Alex.
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By STACEY HIRSH and STACEY HIRSH,SUN REPORTER | June 30, 2006
SafeNet Inc., the Belcamp network security company, announced yesterday that former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner J. Carter Beese Jr. has been named to its board. The appointment comes about six weeks after SafeNet acknowledged that it had received a federal subpoena and an inquiry from the SEC involving stock option grants. Beese will serve on a special committee investigating shareholders' complaints against SafeNet's officers and directors involving allegations of backdating stock options, according to a SafeNet regulatory filing.
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By STACEY HIRSH and STACEY HIRSH,SUN REPORTER | June 30, 2006
SafeNet Inc., the Belcamp network security company, announced yesterday that former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner J. Carter Beese Jr. has been named to its board. The appointment comes about six weeks after SafeNet acknowledged that it had received a federal subpoena and an inquiry from the SEC involving stock option grants. Beese will serve on a special committee investigating shareholders' complaints against SafeNet's officers and directors involving allegations of backdating stock options, according to a SafeNet regulatory filing.
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By Bloomberg Business News | August 27, 1994
WASHINGTON -- Securities and Exchange Commissioner J. Carter Beese Jr. said yesterday that he plans to leave the agency later this year.Mr. Beese, who worked previously with Alex. Brown & Sons, said he was resigning for personal reasons, and he didn't say what he plans to do in the future."After spending vacation time with my wife and three small children over the past few weeks, I have decided to return to private life," Mr. Beese said.Because he lives north of Baltimore, Mr. Beese had to commute three hours each day to get to work at the SEC.Mr.
BUSINESS
October 23, 1991
J. Carter Beese Jr., a principal at Baltimore-based Alex. Brown & Sons Inc., was nominated by President Bush yesterday to be one of five members of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the federal agency that sets disclosure rules for publicly traded companies.Mr. Beese, 35, would fill a seat on the Securities and Exchange Commission that was left vacant during the summer by Philip R. Lochner Jr., who returned to his former employer, Time Warner Inc.If confirmed by the Senate, he would serve a five-year term set to expire June 5, 1996.
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By Carol Emert and Carol Emert,States News Service | February 20, 1992
WASHINGTON -- J. Carter Beese Jr., a principal at Alex. Brown & Sons Inc. of Baltimore, testified before a Senate panel yesterday, moving one step closer to likely confirmation as a commissioner on the Securities and Exchange Commission.The 36-year-old Mr. Beese is viewed as a non-controversial candidate whose confirmation to the empty fifth seat of the SEC leadership is probably assured. It is practically unheard of for an SEC nominee not to be confirmed.Mr. Beese has worked at Alex. Brown -- Baltimore's oldest and one of its most prestigious securities firms -- since graduating from Rollins College in 1978.
NEWS
May 10, 2006
On May 6, 2006, HERMAN HENRY JENSEN Jr., devoted husband of Dorothy B. Dreisch Jensen and the late Veronica Crovo Jensen, dearest brother to Mildred Jensen Beese and loving uncle to Susan H. Beese, James C. Beese III and his wife Dianna and great uncle to Kristina and Gabriela Beese. Also survived by nieces, Mary L. Clark, Elizabeth A. Crovo, nephew, Paul C. Crovo and his brother-in-law Charles Crovo and six step children including Bernadetta Weatherly. Friends may call at the family owned MITCHELL-WIEDEFELD FUNERAL HOME INC., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook)
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By Carol Emert and Carol Emert,States News Service | February 20, 1992
WASHINGTON -- J. Carter Beese Jr., a principal at Alex. Brown & Sons Inc. of Baltimore, testified before a Senate panel yesterday, moving one step closer to likely confirmation as a commissioner on the Securities and Exchange Commission.The 36-year-old Mr. Beese is viewed as a non-controversial candidate whose confirmation to the empty fifth seat of the SEC leadership is probably assured. It is practically unheard of for an SEC nominee not to be confirmed.Mr. Beese has worked at Alex. Brown -- the nation's oldest and one of its most prestigious securities firms -- since graduating from Rollins College in 1978.
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By Ian Johnson and Ian Johnson,New York Bureau | December 3, 1993
NEW YORK -- In a sharp warning to Wall Street executives that they face a new era of public scrutiny, SEC Commissioner J. Carter Beese said yesterday that Congress and federal regulators were on the verge of imposing stiff regulations to control "rogue brokers."Mr. Beese told a group of top Wall Street managers meeting in Florida that the Securities and Exchange Commission was prepared to regulate brokers more closely if the industry did not take action to police itself. Investment companies must fire brokers who repeatedly violate the industry's code of ethics rather than allow them to continue hopping from firm to firm, Mr. Beese said.
NEWS
May 10, 2006
On May 6, 2006, HERMAN HENRY JENSEN Jr., devoted husband of Dorothy B. Dreisch Jensen and the late Veronica Crovo Jensen, dearest brother to Mildred Jensen Beese and loving uncle to Susan H. Beese, James C. Beese III and his wife Dianna and great uncle to Kristina and Gabriela Beese. Also survived by nieces, Mary L. Clark, Elizabeth A. Crovo, nephew, Paul C. Crovo and his brother-in-law Charles Crovo and six step children including Bernadetta Weatherly. Friends may call at the family owned MITCHELL-WIEDEFELD FUNERAL HOME INC., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook)
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By GARY LAMBRECHT | September 3, 2004
Morgan State at a glance Coach: Donald Hill-Eley (third season) Last year: 6-5, 4-3 Conference: Division I-AA Mid-Eastern Athletic Radio: WEAA (88.9 FM) Stadium: Hughes (10,000) Offense: Multiple pro Defense: 4-3 Top returning players: QB Bradshaw Littlejohn, WR Tommy Manus, TE Chris Cash, LB Vincent Brown, T Aaron Wiggins, RB Craig Nelson Top newcomers: RB Jason Jackson, LB Terrell Floyd, K Thomas Beese, DT Brian Ellison, DT Stephen Jackson Strengths: Morgan State should be able to move the ball consistently, with Littlejohn setting the tone as a rusher and passer.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Metastorm announces additions to board Severna Park-based Metastorm Inc., a customer-interaction management provider, recently announced the appointment of former Navy Secretary John H. Dalton and J. Carter Beese, president of Riggs Capital Partners, as members of the company's board of directors. Dalton previously served in the Carter, Reagan, and Clinton administrations and is chairman of EPCAD Systems, which produces electroplasma cleaning for metals. He was secretary of the Navy from 1993 to 1998.
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By David Conn and David Conn,Sun Staff Writer | November 18, 1994
After two and a half years on the Securities and Exchange Commission, J. Carter Beese Jr. yesterday rejoined his old firm, Alex. Brown & Sons Inc., as vice chairman of Alex. Brown International, in charge of the firm's international capital markets group.Mr. Beese, 38, announced in August his plans to resign from the SEC, which he joined in March 1992. Earlier this week, he joined the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies as a senior adviser and chairman of the newly established CSIS Capital Markets Regulatory Reform Project.
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By Bloomberg Business News | August 27, 1994
WASHINGTON -- Securities and Exchange Commissioner J. Carter Beese Jr. said yesterday that he plans to leave the agency later this year.Mr. Beese, who worked previously with Alex. Brown & Sons, said he was resigning for personal reasons, and he didn't say what he plans to do in the future."After spending vacation time with my wife and three small children over the past few weeks, I have decided to return to private life," Mr. Beese said.Because he lives north of Baltimore, Mr. Beese had to commute three hours each day to get to work at the SEC.Mr.
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By Ian Johnson and Ian Johnson,New York Bureau | December 3, 1993
NEW YORK -- In a sharp warning to Wall Street executives that they face a new era of public scrutiny, SEC Commissioner J. Carter Beese said yesterday that Congress and federal regulators were on the verge of imposing stiff regulations to control "rogue brokers."Mr. Beese told a group of top Wall Street managers meeting in Florida that the Securities and Exchange Commission was prepared to regulate brokers more closely if the industry did not take action to police itself. Investment companies must fire brokers who repeatedly violate the industry's code of ethics rather than allow them to continue hopping from firm to firm, Mr. Beese said.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Metastorm announces additions to board Severna Park-based Metastorm Inc., a customer-interaction management provider, recently announced the appointment of former Navy Secretary John H. Dalton and J. Carter Beese, president of Riggs Capital Partners, as members of the company's board of directors. Dalton previously served in the Carter, Reagan, and Clinton administrations and is chairman of EPCAD Systems, which produces electroplasma cleaning for metals. He was secretary of the Navy from 1993 to 1998.
BUSINESS
By Thomas Easton and Thomas Easton,New York Bureau | April 26, 1992
New York -- At 6 o'clock one recent morning, J. Carter Beese Jr. leaves his home in Baltimore County's Green Spring Valley, flips on a tape of John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Great Crash," and as the story of how Wall Street wrecked America plays in the background, heads off for the Securities and Exchange Commission in downtown Washington.It's been this way, with one meaningful tape or another, since March 9 when the Alex. Brown & Sons investment banker was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be Wall Street's representative to the SEC, the primary regulatory body for the nation's security industry.
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By David Conn | February 18, 1993
Beese may end up lone SEC RepublicanWhen J. Carter Beese Jr. moved from Alex. Brown Inc. to the Securities and Exchange Commission a year ago, the commission had three Republicans, one Democrat and one independent.Now, the tables seem to have turned. Chairman Richard C. Breeden, a Republican, announced last week that he will leave the commission by April 15. And another seat held by a Republican has been open since last summer. So, Mr. Beese faces the likelihood that he'll end up the lone Republican commissioner, not that he minds all that much.
BUSINESS
By Thomas Easton and Thomas Easton,New York Bureau | April 26, 1992
New York -- At 6 o'clock one recent morning, J. Carter Beese Jr. leaves his home in Baltimore County's Green Spring Valley, flips on a tape of John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Great Crash," and as the story of how Wall Street wrecked America plays in the background, heads off for the Securities and Exchange Commission in downtown Washington.It's been this way, with one meaningful tape or another, since March 9 when the Alex. Brown & Sons investment banker was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be Wall Street's representative to the SEC, the primary regulatory body for the nation's security industry.
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