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Appellate panel affirms securities fraud findings in the sale of oil and gas joint venture agreements
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Adviser improperly made clients pay its rent and overhead
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SCOTUS ponders scheme liability for transmitting false statements
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SEC Chairman Clayton speaks plainly and revisits familiar themes in TimesTalks interview
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Giancarlo advocates ‘agile and iterative’ approach to market reform
With a nod to MIT Professor Andrew Lo’s hypothesis that markets are inherently dynamic and adapt in fits and starts over time, CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo offered the view that...