Rule OK'd: New Trading Curbs for Wall Street Banks
Wall Streets biggest banks will face curbs on some
trading and chief executive officers wont be personally
responsible for ensuring compliance in the final version of the Volcker
rule, U.S. regulators landmark attempt to rein in the financial
Fraud Suit Over Ratings Is Too Broad for Trial
McGraw Hill Financial's Standard & Poor's unit said the
U.S. government has broadened the securities covered in its fraud
lawsuit against the ratings company so that the case would be
unmanageable at trial.
Off: Is the SEC Lagging?
Deborah Castellani, a principal and senior fiduciary
specialist with Akros Fiduciary in Austin, Texas, responded on LinkedIn
to a story about advisory firms sanctioned by the SEC over their
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