SEC Charges Consumer Loan Company With FCPA Violation
World Acceptance's former Mexico subsidiary paid more than $4 million in bribes to Mexican officials, said the SEC.
Machine Learning Startup Was a Sham, Says SEC
Founder Shaukat Shamim "drummed up interest in [YouPlus] by providing false information about its financial performance and customer base."
Tuesday Regulatory Briefing: Supreme Court Puts Limits on SEC Penalties
The NYSE pushes for direct listing changes; stress tests incorporate the pandemic; eurozone banks borrow record amounts; and more.
Avoiding the COVID-19 Wave of Securities Litigation
What might event-driven securities litigation during this period look like?
Disclosures Amid COVID-19: “None of This Has Been Done Before”
Once the dust finally settles from the COVID-19 crisis, the last thing issuers will want is to face an inquiry and possible enforcement action by the SEC.
Virus Lays Bare Corporate Reporting Debate
In this moment, communication to investors in earnings calls should be more focused on future viability rather than historic profitability.
Private Equity & Venture Capital Valuations Draw Scrutiny
Regulators and standard setters have increasingly turned up the heat on PE and VC managers over the past several years.
The SEC Falsely Accused Me of Fraud
A CFO speaks publicly of his four-year ordeal battling accounting fraud charges.
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust Becomes An SEC Reporting Company
Grayscale offers its services as an asset manager to accredited investors seeking to invest money in bitcoin as a security.
Flurry of SEC Cases Disclosed
With its fiscal year-end looming, the SEC disclosed charges and settlements against seven different organizations in two days.
Israeli Company Defrauds SPAC Investors
To get a merger approved, the company, Ability, and two of its executives lied to investors about a "game changing" product, says the SEC.