Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo warns against a US deregulatory push as memories of financial crisis are still fresh
CFTC commissioner warns that new rules are undermining uncleared derivatives trades and draining liquidity from secondary markets
Mixed evidence that Dodd-Frank is restraining credit availability, says Government Accountability Office
Timothy Massad has resigned from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, while Jay Clayton is named to take over at the Securities and Exchange Commission
US globally systemically important banks are unlikely to gain much under the proposed Financial Choice Act when the extra levels of capital required are considered
High-frequency traders with have to submit their codes to regulators on demand, and will now require a subpoena to produce them.
JPMorgan lawyer Stephen Cutler appointed as a governor at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Could leverage ratios inadvertently incentivise greater risk taking? A study of US broker-dealers by the Office of Financial Research comes up with some interesting insights. By Justin Pugsley.
By watering down final rules on contract data, which are crucial for the orderly resolution of failing firms, US authorities have missed an opportunity to drive greater digitisation within the industry. By Akber Datoo, managing partner, D2 Legal Technology.