Enforcement Roundup: Standard Chartered to Pay $300M, Cut Services
In another enforcement action, the SEC charged a former bank exec and his friend with insider trading.
China Antitrust Enforcement Harms Multinationals
International companies in industries as varied as pharmaceuticals, cement, milk and cars have been swept up in recent Chinese antitrust enforcement actions.
New Hire Roundup: American College Names Johnson President and CEO
In another personnel move, Advisor Software has hired Charles Brown as vice president of business strategy.
SEC Money-Market Plan Could Cause ‘Pre-emptive Runs’: NY Fed
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the SEC aren’t exactly seeing eye to eye on controlling risk in money market funds.
Brazil’s World Cup Does Not Runneth Over
Playing host to a very expensive sporting event has only highlighted civil unrest.
Bryant Financial: International Investing 'Smooths Out the Risk'
Bryant uses a number of managers to invest in developed and emerging markets in Europe, Asia and Brazil.
SEC Enforcement: Kansas Charged With Securities Fraud
In another action, a brokerage firm and its founder were charged with violating net capital requirements and falsifying data in an attempt to mislead examiners.
New Hire Roundup: Piccone to Lead SEC Exam Program in Denver
In other personnel moves, WBI promoted Matt Woehnker, and David Brierwood joins the Preqin board.
5 Big Effects of Beijing Coal Ban
Beijing has nixed coal use by 2020. Here are five things investors should consider.
SEC, FINRA Enforcement: Reps Sold ETFs They Didn’t Understand
In other enforcement news, the SEC charged an energy firm and a stock promoter with defrauding investors about its oil reserves.