The US Senate Banking Committee held a fact-finding hearing seeking the views of both the CFTC and SEC chairmen on cryptocurrency regulation.
Once in a while capitalism must be rescued from the excesses of bankers and central banks. Governments can’t kill ideas, but it takes them a long time for them to concede or adapt.
HSBC’s US securities operations agree to pay $1.8bn after CFTC allegations it was involved in ‘numerous acts of spoofing’.
US banks lobbied hard for a rollback of the Volcker Rule and a return to proprietary trading to bolster profits. They will soon find that it’s now a different world.
US regulator cited concerns around valuation and liquidity, among other issues; but comments made in rejection letter open path to eventual approval.
The return of SAC Capital’s founder with a new venture reveals the complicated ethics of a post financial crisis world.
Bank released from deferred prosecution agreement after meeting its terms; outgoing CEO says AML to remain ‘a top priority’ in 2018.
Ben Pott, head of government affairs at NEX Group, suggests Brexit and the time taken to resolve US-EU CCP issue, make equivalency rulings unlikely.
Regulators to introduce rules on ICOs/ITOs which raised nearly $400mn in 1st half of 2017; follows moves by the US and Singapore in July.
Ignore the US President’s recent legislative failures. Shots at his next target - financial regulations - are likely to hit home, and abroad.
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