Wall Street

Wall Street

The SEC doesn’t want to let firms and individuals get by without admitting wrongdoing anymore as part of enforcement actions

The Securities and Exchange Commission will return to a policy of requiring companies involved in settling some civil enforcement actions to admit wrongdoing, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Wednesday. Such admissions in certain cases will strengthen the deterrent value of enforcement actions and ...Read More

SEC’s Gary Gensler aims to save investors money by squeezing Wall Street’s profit margins

Wall Street’s new overseer has outlined an aggressive regulatory agenda that threatens to squeeze the financial industry’s profit margins. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler is working on tougher rules for high-speed trading firms, private-equity managers, mutual funds and online brokerages. Mr. Gensler, less than ...Read More