organisation: US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

Climate, Editor's letter
August 2, 2023

Editor's letter: Regulators in battle royale with Republicans

Welcome to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. As Donald Trump faces fresh criminal charges, the former US president’s chances of...
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Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
August 1, 2023

Why banks must act now on US T+1 reg change

Banks face upheaval when shorter settlement cycles kick in from May 2024, yet only around four in 10 are on...
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Climate, News
August 1, 2023

US banks eye up ISSB ‘green guidelines’ amid SEC delays

New voluntary sustainability standards could become the default option for purpose-led US banks – in the teeth of ongoing delays...
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Crypto, Interviews
July 18, 2023

SEC’S Hester Peirce floats UK-US crypto sandbox idea

The senior Republican commissioner has proposed a joint UK-US crypto sandbox to boost innovation, as she steps up her criticisms...
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Climate, Interviews
July 10, 2023

SEC’s Hester Peirce accuses agency of sowing ESG ‘seeds of chaos’

Republican commissioner Hester Peirce launches her most scathing attack yet on the agency’s crowded policy agenda, at a time of...
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News, Risk Management
June 28, 2023

Europe’s banks face night time T+1 blackouts

European banks are snapping up overnight staff to avoid settlement “hotspots” flaring up across Europe, as they grapple with the...
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Climate
February 1, 2023

SEC climate disclosure rules unlikely to be effective, suggests commissioner

With the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) due to publish its final climate disclosure rules in April this year,...
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