The EU regulator has adopted an equivalence decision that determines US CCPs under the Securities and Exchange Commission regime as equivalent to EU rules.
Tag: Securities and Exchange Commission
Following intense debate among market participants on the extensive costs of market data, incumbent exchanges could soon have less power over the consolidated tape in the US.
A roundtable hosted by the SEC with high-profile market participants highlighted just how divided Wall Street and regulated exchanges are on the issue of market data and access to exchanges, writes Hayley McDowell.
Derivatives rules first introduced in December 2015 have come up on the SEC’s spring 2018 regulatory agenda, with a recommendation the rules be revisited.
Morgan Stanley’s wealth management business will pay $3.6 million after one of its advisors stole $7 million from client accounts.
David Humphrey fined following misrepresentation of personal derivatives trading activity.
Jay Clayton officially sworn in as the 32nd chairman of the SEC.
The SEC found Morgan Stanley failed to inform investors of risks related to the trading of inverse ETFs.