The Securities and Exchange Commission today published a draft strategic plan that focuses on investors, innovation, and performance as the top strategic goals in coming years.    The SEC is seeking public comment on the proposed draft that will guide ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith with misleading customers about how it handled their orders.  Merrill Lynch agreed to settle the charges, admit wrongdoing, and pay a $42 million penalty. Accor...
PRESS RELEASE 19 June 2018 The European Central Bank (ECB) has published the Consolidated Banking Data (CBD) with reference to end-December 2017, a data set of the European Union (EU) banking system compiled on a group consolidated basis.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today named Daniel J. Wadley as Regional Director of its Salt Lake office.  Mr. Wadley succeeds Richard R. Best, whom the agency named Regional Director of its Atlanta office in January. Mr. Wadley, who served as...
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Maurya C. Keating has been named an Associate Regional Director for the Investment Adviser and Investment Company examination program in the agency's New York Regional Office. She will join th...
Michael T. Kiley | Research has suggested that a rapid pace of nonfinancial borrowing reliably precedes financial crises, placing the pace of debt growth at the center of frameworks for the deployment of macroprudential policies. I reconsider the role ...
PRESS RELEASE 15 June 2018 The European Central Bank (ECB) today announced the appointment of Petra Senkovic, 47, as Director General in the Directorate General Secretariat to the Supervisory Board from 1 July 2018.
PRESS RELEASE 15 June 2018 Staff from the European Commission, in liaison with staff from the European Central Bank, visited Lisbon from 5 to 12 June to conduct the eighth post-programme surveillance (PPS) review for Portugal. Staff from the European Stability Mechanism participated in the meetings on aspects related to its Early Warning System. The…
Depuis trois ans, la BCE procède à des achats massifs de dettes publiques et privées ; près de 2500 milliards d'euros ont ainsi été injectés dans l'économie de la zone euro, et hier, la BCE a annoncé que tout ça allait s'arrêter à la fin de l'année. Ça veut dire que la crise est finie…