The SEC says state of Illinois misled municipal bond investors about the state’s approach to funding its pension obligations. State says it'll settle.
When it comes to the type of advice investment advisers and broker-dealers give, the SEC wants to know if new rules are needed to ensure that the information they’re sharing fits with their clients’ needs.
While the NCUA’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion was created to ensure diversity in management, employment and business activities, the two-year old division has much more room to have an impact.
Regulator wants investor input on whether new regulations are needed.
The SEC said there are several areas of heightened risk it plans to examine this year, including sales practices, fraud at broker-dealers.
Agency's two-year-old OMWI has room to make more of an impact, advocacy group says.
Agency accuses Illinois businessman of fraudulently luring investors into scheme focused on building a hotel and conference center.
Florida filing says Richard and Susan Olive bilked $75 million from more than 400 investors in more than 30 states.
Kansas Republican Moran says measure would make CFPB similar in structure to SEC, add accountability and oversight.
Instead of using investor funds to develop resort properties, SEC said, Cay Clubs executives used new investor deposits to pay leaseback returns to earlier investors.