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Committee Releases Q2 2014 Financial Penalties Data

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 21, 2014—The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation today released data on the total public financial penalties imposed on financial institutions in the United States through the second quarter of 2014. Public financial penalties include public class action settlements that arise from class action lawsuits brought by the

Why SIFI Designation Is Not The Answer To Possible Herding Behavior By Asset Managers

  CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 17, 2014—As part of the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s ongoing assessment of risks to U.S. financial stability, it will host a conference on May 19, 2014 on whether asset management companies should be designated as systemically important institutions (SIFIs).  In advance of this meeting, the Committee

Committee Releases Quarterly Financial Penalties Data

CAMBRIDGE, April 23, 2014—According to data released today by the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, financial penalties imposed on financial institutions by government agencies totaled nearly $11.7 billion in the first quarter of 2014, with over $9 billion of penalties imposed on two institutions, Bank of America and JPMorgan.

Continuing Competitive Weakness in U.S. Capital Markets

Committee Study Shows Deepening Aversion to U.S. Capital Markets Through 2013 CAMBRIDGE, Mass., January 31, 2014—U.S. capital market competitiveness remained weak through the fourth quarter of 2013, when measures of aversion to U.S. public equity markets remained at levels not seen since the 2007-08 financial crisis. “I remain very concerned

Committee Releases Quarterly Financial Penalties Data

CAMBRIDGE, January 27, 2014—The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation today released data on the total public financial penalties imposed on financial institutions in the United States in 2013. Public financial penalties include public class action settlements that arise from class action lawsuits brought by the government (e.g., state attorneys-general) and