Fed to Unwind Emergency Corporate Bond Program
The Federal Reserve’s first foray into corporate debt "proved vital in restoring market functioning" during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Passive & ESG Investing Shake Up Investor Relations
No longer content to be silent bystanders, these growing categories of investors are demanding more outreach from IR pros and CFOs.
SEC Deals Another Setback for Bitcoin ETF
Backers of the first-ever bitcoin-related ETF have not been able to assuage SEC concerns over bitcoin fraud and price manipulation.
SEC Approves Quadruple-Leveraged ETFs
A critic of the SEC's move says it is "the latest in what has become the story of the ETF product development run amok."
Pimco Fined $20M for Overvaluing Securities
The SEC says Pimco pursued a pricing strategy that misled investors about the initial performance of an exchange-traded fund in 2012.
U.K. Money Manager Acquires Janus for $2.6B
The combination of Britain's Henderson and Janus comes amid the continuing shift of investors to cheaper passive investment funds.
CBOE Targets ETFs With $3.2B Deal for Bats
The deal combines CBOE's traditional trading pits with the electronic trading technology of upstart Bats to create a new exchange giant.
Oppenheimer Fined $3M Over ETF Sales
FINRA says the money manager sold non-traditional exchange-traded funds to investors who weren't qualified to buy them.