The SEC proposed a set of new rules for clearing agencies that provide central counterparty services for U.S. Treasury Securities intended to improve risk management, among other things.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today adopted new requirements for company disclosures concerning executive compensation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today released a draft strategic plan that calls on the agency to development a “robust” regulatory framework that keeps pace with evolving capital markets, business models and technologies.
Regardless of where your bank stands on environment, social or governance-related policies, banks have good stories to tell investors who care about ESG—and telling those stories may help with regulatory compliance.
Warning that the agency is going far beyond its mandate, the American Bankers Association today week urged the Securities and Exchange Commission to significantly revise—or withdraw altogether and repropose—its extensive climate risk disclosure framework for public companies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is adding 20 positions to the unit responsible for protecting investors in crypto markets and from cyber-related threats.
The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board today proposed a rule change that would amend an existing rule on the suitability of recommendations and transactions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today proposed a much-anticipated set of requirements for public companies to disclose information about climate risks affecting them, their greenhouse gas footprints and any emissions-reduction plans they may have adopted.
A new proposal by the Securities and Exchange Commission today would create new requirements for public companies regarding the disclosure of cybersecurity incidents.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed changes to modernize and improve disclosure about repurchases of an issuer’s equity securities that are registered under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.