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Deutsche Bank, Bank of America settle bond rigging suit for $65 million
Several Deutsche Bank and Bank of America entities agreed to pay over $65 million to settle consolidated actions alleging that a group of major banks colluded to manipulate the market for U.S. dollar-...
Data analysis helps SEC uncover $5M insider trading ring
The SEC filed charges against seven individuals who traded on confidential information about dozens of impending mergers and acquisitions. SEC staff used data analysis to uncover the alleged trading, ...
Advisers’ outside consultant, internal officer settle SEC reporting and recordkeeping charges
An outside compliance consultant and the COO of two advisers have agreed to settle SEC charges that they caused the advisory firms to make misstatements regarding assets under management and account t...
KPMG settles with SEC over oil-and-gas audit failures
KPMG agreed to pay $6.2 million for failing to audit the financial statements of Miller Energy Resources. In fiscal 2010, Miller acquired oil and gas interests for approximately $4.5 million and then ...
Giancarlo highlights priorities and goals in first on-the-record interview as CFTC chairman
CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo addressed a wide variety of topics, ranging from the Trump regulatory reform agenda to the agency’s budget to cryptocurrencies, in his first on-the record ...