ESMA announced that it has issued an opinion regarding the implementation on portfolio margining requirements for central counterparties under the
Program provides monetary awards to eligible individuals who provide the agency with information that leads to an SEC Enforcement action in which
While reading the provisions of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act dealing with member institution resolution regimes is excellent brain
ESMA has published a statement reminding banks that MiFID obligations which provide that investors must be given up to date and complete information
The 2015 federal budget announces a number of measures directed to financial institutions. These include a new federal financial consumer code, a
Over the last few years, the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal Home Loan Corporation, commonly known as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been criticized for contributing to the housing bubble and the resulting economic meltdown.
At a May 10th SEC roundtable discussion on Dodd-Frank rulemaking, money market mutual funds voiced strong opposition to the new, bank-like regulatory structure to which they may soon be subjected.
Enacted in response to financial crisis of 2008 and the bailout of Wall Street firms at taxpayer expense, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Act) represents the most extensive change in the regulation of financial institutions since the Great Depression.
The Dodd-Frank Act (the Act or Dodd-Frank) is guided by several broad concepts.
Although the insurance industry was not the primary target of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Act),1 the Act represents an unprecedented step by the federal government into insurance, an area traditionally regulated by the states.