Posts Tagged “Regulation”
by The Compliance Exchange on March 19, 2013
What do bank regulations and drone attacks have in common? If you answered, “Nothing, what a stupid question,” then you are obviously not famous bank analyst Meredith Whitney!
by The Compliance Exchange on January 7, 2013
2013 will be another challenging year for hedge funds, with compliance being one of the biggest issues.
by The Compliance Exchange on January 4, 2013
The botched initial offering of Facebook Inc. (FB) is the catalyst that should lead to U.S. exchanges being stripped of self-regulatory powers and their related benefits
by The Compliance Exchange on January 3, 2013
The first Basel agreement on global banking regulation, adopted in 1988, was 30 pages long and relied on simple arithmetic.
by The Compliance Exchange on November 21, 2012
Now that President Obama has been re-elected, Wall Street is weary of the future.
by Beth Connolly on September 20, 2012
Lloyd Blankfein comes back into the public eye with an approving nod toward regulatory reforms. What?
by The Compliance Exchange on September 11, 2012
Even After ‘Whale’ Losses, Bankers Hammer Volcker [WSJ] The consensus after last spring’s multibillion dollar trading loss at J.P. Morgan JPM +1.14%, was that regulators would be sure to implement a strong ban on banks’ trading activities under the so-called (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on September 6, 2012
Fresh from having declined to constrain money market funds, the Securities and Exchange Commission has moved to loosen marketing constraints on hedge funds.
by The Compliance Exchange on August 28, 2012
The former Treasury Secretary who helped devise Brady Bonds to deal with South American debt, comes out in favor of the Volcker Rule but also for much great simplicity in regulation
by The Compliance Exchange on July 16, 2012
The Securities and Exchange Commission was severely criticized for failing to seize multiple opportunities to stop Bernie Madoff before he swindled investors out of $65 billion