The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission has warned Americans tempted by the current frenzy surrounding cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs) to beware of fraud and manipulation risks.
The Securities Exchange Commission's new cyber unit has filed its first charges, winning an emergency asset freeze to stop an initial coin offering (ICO) that raised $15 million from investors.
A row has broken out between the US capital markets watchdog and a number of exchanges over the plan to impose a new market surveillance system on the US equities and options market.
Celebrities and others are using social media networks to encourage the public to purchase stocks and other investments.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says that crooks may have accessed the personal information of two people during the 2016 breach at its Edgar corporate disclosure database.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton today provided an update on the status of the agency’s review and investigation of the 2016 intrusion into the EDGAR system.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced two new initiatives that will build on its Enforcement Division’s ongoing efforts to address cyber-based threats and protect retail investors.
Wall Street's top regulator says that a 2016 breach at its corporate disclosure database may have enabled hackers to profit from trading on inside information.
Last week, on September 5, 2017, the securities industry successfully implemented a shortened settlement cycle for most securities transactions, pursuant to amendments to Rule 15c6-1 that the Commission adopted earlier this year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that State Street has agreed to pay more than $35 million to settle charges that it fraudulently charged secret markups for transition management services and separately omitted material information about the operation of its platform for trading U.S. Treasury securities.
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