For people working in financial markets, the year 2011 could qualify as “the year of formidable public deficits on both side of the Atlantic”. Or “the year of the Eurozone crisis”. Or, on a related note, the “year of Greece”… READ MORE ›
The proximate causes of the global financial crisis are being addressed variously through new arrangements for macro-prudential supervision, which will result in tighter liquidity and capital rules for financial institutions. However, some other challenges that have long proved intractable… READ MORE ›
If the 2003 analyst independence legal settlement wasn’t deterrent enough, FINRA recently issued a regulatory notice reminding firms to maintain a firewall between research and investment banking.
More warning than guidance, Regulatory Notice 11-41, released by FINRA on 14… READ MORE ›
The third installment of the “Challenging Industry Norms” series, slated for next week’s annual Society Leaders Conference in Los Angeles, will tackle a provocative topic for our membership: the value that investment managers derive for their clients…. READ MORE ›
Earlier this month France, Spain, Italy, and Belgium placed temporary bans on short selling of some financial stocks in an effort to stabilize markets. Greece and Turkey had already placed similar short-selling limitations on some financial shares. Last… READ MORE ›
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