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Senator Reed introduces proxy adviser regulation bill ahead of SEC roundtable
The Senate has joined the debate over whether and how to regulate proxy advisory firms now that Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) has introduced a bill to require the largest proxy advisory firms to register...
Virtual currency scammer heading to slammer
The CFTC simultaneously filed and settled charges against Joseph Kim of Phoenix, Arizona, requiring him to pay more than $1.1 million in connection with a fraudulent scheme involving Bitcoin and...
Jackson calls on Commission to complete Dodd-Frank rulemaking
Calling the SEC’s failure to pass unfinished Dodd-Frank rulemakings "profoundly troubling," SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson called on the Commission to finalize the rules on clawbacks...
CFTC busts Deutsche trader, but bank gets a pass for cooperating
A Deutsche Bank trader will pay a $350,000 penalty to settle CFTC charges of mismarking the values of inflation swap instruments to cover up his trading losses. In its first public declination letter...
SEC continues crackdown on ADR mishandling with $38.7M in penalties for Citibank
In the latest in an industry-wide crackdown, the SEC required Citibank, N.A. to pay a total of $38.7 million for improperly handling "pre-released" American Depositary Receipts (ADRs...