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Though in exile (for now), Congressional and SEC Republicans want to set limits on ESG rules, hoping to learn 'from the LIBOR debacle.'
“Ladies and gentlemen, these are my principles,” a great moral philosopher once said. “And if you don’t like them—well, I have others.” For the past ...
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton will call it a career, leaving the Commission by year’s end, the agency confirmed Nov. 16. The move had been expected: As the November ...
President-elect Joe Biden has named former CFTC chairman Gary Gensler to lead the financial services wing of his new transition team—a team stocked with veteran ...
Private fund advisers, already betting on a Democratic victory Nov. 3, have turned to a New Jersey Congressman to help protect them from his party’s ...
The SEC’s proposed new advertising rule for advisers may well skate through even in a lame duck session because it’s about modernization
"It’s easier to get good regulations in repudiation to bad Trump administration rules than if you’re starting from scratch under ordinary circumstances."
Her committee has moved to increase penalties for violations of the Investment Advisers Act; order the SEC to test the effectiveness of required disclosures issued ...
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