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SEC sends a message in halting $1.7B Telegram token offering
The Commission obtained a temporary restraining order blocking the delivery of Gram tokens to initial purchasers, which it believes would resell them to the public.
NYC comptroller urges companies to adopt policies to improve board, C-suite diversity
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said public companies should adopt a version of the National Football League’s hiring policy in order to promote gender and racial diversity on boards...
SEC rejects Bitwise’s bid for a bitcoin ETF
Bitwise’s tactic of presenting the bitcoin market as 5 percent "real" and 95 percent "fake" backfired in front of an agency already skittish about market manipulation.
Agencies finalize approval of Volcker Rule revisions
The federal financial regulatory agencies have finalized revisions to their Volcker Rule regulations, with the Fed voting to approve the final rule on Oct. 3, 2019.
Appellate panel urged to reject CFTC’s mandamus petition, while CFTC Commissioners seek to intervene
The defendants assert that the Commission failed to establish the necessary conditions for the issuance of a writ of mandamus, and thus, the district court should move forward with a contempt hearing...