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Chairman Clayton queries panelists on impact of short-termism
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton asked panelists at a round table on SEC quarterly reporting requirements and earnings guidance whether long-term thinking was shifting to private markets with consequences...
Reps grill Facebook exec on Libra crypto plans
Facebook’s planned virtual currency will serve underbanked consumers and foster more efficiency in transactions, according to the head of Facebook subsidiary Calibra, Inc., but legislators...
SEC, NASAA issue staff statement on ‘opportunity zone’ investments, C&DI provides crowdfunding guidance
The joint staff summary seeks to help participants understand the application of the securities laws to qualified opportunity funds established under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
SEC warns market participants to prepare for the end of LIBOR now
With LIBOR expected to be discontinued after 2021, the Commission urged market participants to take action now to identify the risks associated with the transition away from the benchmark rate.
Witnesses, committee members offer contrasting opinions on mandated ESG disclosure
House Democrats pointed to climate change as an important environmental factor that should be disclosed, while Republicans voiced concerns about the costs of imposing ESG disclosures on public...