Committee Releases Financial Penalties Data

Q2 2016

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Committee Releases NBTF Statement on Community Banking

Community Banking in the United States

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US Equity Market Structure Report 2016

A plan for regulatory reform

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  • US Equity Market Structure Report 2016

       A Path Forward for the U.S. Equity Market Structure Well-functioning trading markets for stocks are critical to the U.S. economy because they promote the productive allocation of capital. They do so by establishing accurate prices for the shares of publicly traded companies and by enabling investors to efficiently enter and exit their investments. However, […]

  • Committee Releases NBTF Statement on Community Banking

    Nothing but the Facts: Community Banking in the United States This Nothing but the Facts statement by the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation aims to provide policymakers with relevant facts related to the role of community banks in the United States economy and how access to these financial institutions has changed in recent years. Throughout […]

  • Committee Releases Q2 2016 Quarterly Financial Penalties Data

    The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation today released data on the total public financial penalties imposed on financial institutions in the United States for Q2 2016. Public financial penalties include public class action settlements that arise from class action lawsuits brought by the government (e.g., state attorneys general) and regulatory penalties that follow enforcement actions […]

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