The Financial Report — Volume 2, No. 18
Loyal readers of DLA Piper’s The Financial Report know that generally the discussion and analysis commentary focuses on a particular newsworthy item, issue or event affecting the regulation of the financial services industry. It is ironic that in the midst of the federal government shutdown, there seems to be a plethora of such newsworthy items that warrant at least a brief comment. So, in a departure from the typical discussion and analysis commentary, DLA Piper provides a brief summary of just a few of the big stories affecting the financial services industry since its last issue and its thoughts with respect thereto…
- Discussion and analysis
- News from the Americas
- News from Asia and the Pacific
- News from Europe
- Global regulators
- US Securities and Exchange Commission developments
- US Commodity Futures Trading Commission developments
- US judicial developments
- US exchanges and self-regulatory organisations
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