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  • More Regulatory Hoops: The U.K.’s Proposal to Ring-Fence Banks
    Blogmosaic, Karen Lyons, 10/13/2014

    Last Monday, the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority published four proposals aimed at protecting customers if a deposit-taking bank or an insurer collapses. The Prudential Regulation Authority (“PRA”) is responsible for the prudential regulation and supervision of U.K. banks, building societies, credit unions, insurers and major investment firms. The PRA’s proposals implement the U.K.’s […]

  • The World Meteorological Organization Would Like Just a Moment of Your Time
    The Green Mien, Peter Lohnes, 9/9/2014

    You don’t have to read the whole report which isn’t long, but is full of “facts” and “numbers” and “science” and things of that sort. Just look over the WMO’s press release about its latest greenhouse gas bulletin – the chill you feel may compensate for the heat we’re generating. The report has thorny sentences like this: […]

  • FINRA To Propose Market Structure Actions
    HLS Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, Annette L. Nazareth, 10/20/2014

    On September 19, 2014, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA") announced that its Board of Governors (the "Board") approved a series of regulatory initiatives primarily focused on equity and fixed income market structure issues. This is a direct response by FINRA to two important speeches this summer by SEC Chair Mary Jo White, in which she articulated an ambitious agenda of market structure reforms. [1]

  • When Will the SEC's EDGAR Get Hacked? (Or Has It Already?)
    CorporateCounsel.net Blog, Broc Romanek, 10/20/2014

    About a decade ago, I blogged: "Personally, I am always amazed that there have not been any reported hacks of the EDGAR system - as that has to be one of the most popular targets of the hacking community, even for the youngsters for whom it's just a sport. It is easy to imagine the harm that could be caused by someone that hacked EDGAR (e.g. post a fake 8-K with some drastic news that is a market-mover)."

  • SEC Brings Another Offering Fraud Case
    SEC Actions Blog, Tom Gorman, 10/20/2014

    The Commission filed another in what appears to be an unending series of offering fraud actions. Unlike many of its prior cases, this action centers on a Respondent who kept shifting his scheme to continually raise more money at the expense of innocent investors. In the Matter of Anthony Coronti, Adm. Proc. File No. 3-161203 (October 17, 29014).

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