Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Blasts SEC Chair’s Tenure
In a letter, Warren tells Mary Jo White that her stint as chair of the SEC has been 'extremely disappointing.'
Across industry sectors, CFO optimism is tempered by an uncertain business environment.
Hillary Clinton to Tap Former Wall Street Regulator as CFO
The regulator, former CFTC Commissioner Gary Gensler, was a key player in the fight to impose tougher rules on Wall Street.
Watchdogs Call for Shorter Window for Activist Disclosures
Groups say loopholes in securities laws allow activist investors to secretly buy large stakes in companies before initiating hostile takeovers.
Regulators Reject ‘Living Will’ Plans of Three Banks
BNP Paribas, HSBC, and Royal Bank of Scotland are told to resubmit their plans by the end of the year.
House Bill Would Quantify Taxpayer Support of Banks
HR 888 would force the Federal Reserve to measure the financial benefits that banks receive from being 'too big to fail,' says one of the bill's authors.
The SEC is investigating any attempts by companies to muzzle would-be whistleblowers, including requiring them to forgo Dodd-Frank bounties.
SEC Rule Targets Officers That Hedge Company Shares
A proposed rule requires disclosure of whether officers, directors and employees are allowed to hedge a price drop in their shareholdings.
Adoption of Clawbacks Tied to Earnings Manipulation
Voluntary adoption of clawback policies is correlated with an increase in "real transactions management," a way to artificially boost earnings.
MetLife to Sue Over ‘SIFI’ Tag
The large life insurers plans to challenge the Financial Oversight Council's naming of MetLife as a non-bank systemically important financial institution.
Instilling Discipline at Associated Bank
CFO Chris Del Moral-Niles brings rigor to the Wisconsin-based bank's performance reporting and product pricing.