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Fed’s Powell: Public should understand risks of Bitcoin

There are risks and benefits to digital currencies, the Fed chair said

OSC corporate finance report aims to aid compliance

Conflicts, crypto, cyber risk: the year ahead in compliance

IIROC outlined the challenges for firms and regulators in a new report

Financial protection for the future, nest egg, retirement savings

FSRA proposes guidance related to pension benefits upon marriage breakdown

The regulator has outlined its supervisory approach to pension settlements

  • By: IE Staff
  • March 19, 2021 March 19, 2021
  • 14:13
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U.S. recovery ‘far from complete,’ Powell says

Continued support from the Fed will be required

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Fed to restore stricter capital requirements for large banks

The requirements were relaxed as part of the Fed's efforts to shore up the financial system

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SEC alleges man sold insider trading tips on dark web

The regulator says anonymous online markets were used to traffic information used in illegal trading

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OSC rules IIROC can go ahead with online hearing

There is no evidence that video hearings are unfair, regulator rules

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Pump and dump ends in ban, over $1 million in penalties

ASC orders sanctions against two men for fraud scheme

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New CFTC unit to focus on climate risk

The regulator's initiative brings together expertise across the agency

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U.K. regulator to consider diversity requirements for public companies

In the financial sector, diversity helps firms respond to clients' needs, the Financial Conduct Authority said

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Risk of a market correction is high, regulators warn

The decoupling of financial markets from the economic recovery could spark a selloff, ESMA warns

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Ransomware attacks on the rise, IIROC warns

Prevention is the best approach to dealing with the issue, regulators say

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Fund rep fined, banned for misconduct

Panel sanctions rep for misappropriating client money and fabricating an account statement

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OSFI unwinds emergency pandemic relief measures

Temporary relief due to extreme volatility is no longer needed

MFDA sees 18-month timeline to craft new SRO

The association delivered its proposed roadmap to inform a CSA decision due this summer

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SEC alleges trader used tweets to pump and dump stock

Twitter user faces an asset freeze and fraud allegations

SEC calls for input on climate-risk disclosure

Voluntary disclosures from public companies aren't adequate, SEC acting chair Herren Lee says

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Stress testing for climate risks seen expanding worldwide: Fitch

Europe and U.K. are leading the way, while other major countries set to follow

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FINRA tackles the problem of repeat offenders

SRO adopts rule changes to enhance investor protection

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SEC examines rules for inter-fund trading

Requirements for fair trading between funds were first set in 1966

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Beware of celebrity-backed SPACs, SEC warns

Regulator warns about blank-cheque companies endorsed by athletes and actors

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OSFI seeks to finalize Basel III reforms

Regulator aims to enhance resilience, risk sensitivity of post-crisis rules

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FSRA updates guidance on syndicated mortgage investments

The revision aims to increase regulatory efficiency, the Ontario regulator said

  • By: IE Staff
  • March 10, 2021 March 10, 2021
  • 16:40
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SIFMA supports senior investor taskforce

Accurate data on the true cost of elder exploitation is needed, trade group says

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Yellen plays down inflation fears, pushes for relief bill

The treasury secretary pointed to low unemployment before the pandemic, which didn't lead to inflation