Securities and Exchange Commission
Hertz to Pay $16M to Settle With SEC Over Accounting Problems
The rental car company agreed to pay a civil fine over financial misstatements.
Senators Prod Regulators on Fintech Oversight
A bipartisan letter follows attempts by Robinhood to rebrand a cash management service.
MetLife Settles With Massachusetts Over Pension Claims
The company agreed to pay $1 million to resolve accusations related to its pension risk transfer business.
Former Panasonic Execs Charged By SEC
The CFO and CEO of Panasonic Avionics were charged with bribery and accounting violations.
SEC Intensifies Focus on Non-GAAP Metrics
While the number of comment letters the commission sends to filers has waned drastically, the proportion of letters focused on non-GAAP metrics has shot up.
SEC Move Could Lessen Proxy Advisers’ Influence
The commission rescinds guidance that led investment managers to outsource their proxy-voting decisions to proxy advisers.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending May 18
Securities and Exchange Commission, Metlife, Mosaic, Exelon, Dine Brands, Allison Transmission, Zillow, HighPoint Resources, West, Blue Apron
Eyeing Cyber Risks, SEC Seeks 3.5% Budget Boost
Starved by a two-year hiring freeze, the SEC is asking Congress to approve funding for 100 more employees in the agency's 2019 budget.
Tech Upgrade Commands CFO’s Focus
Amy Shelly of Options Clearing Corp. faces several challenges in replacing the organization's outdated platform.
SEC Enforcement Actions Plummet
The top U.S. securities regulator eased up on enforcement actions against public companies in the second half of fiscal year 2017.
SEC Chairman Seeks Proxy Inquiry
Jay Clayton seems to want to pay as much attention to corporate prerogatives as he does to shareholder demands.