CAMBRIDGE, MA, October 1, 2013—The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, an independent and nonpartisan research organization dedicated to improving the regulation and transparency of U.S. capital markets, released today a report entitled, “A Balanced Approach to Cost-Benefit Analysis Reform” that sets forth ways to strengthen the cost-benefit analysis requirements applicable
Recommendations to Reduce Systemic Risk and Make Markets More Transparent
Committee on Capital Markets Regulation Completes Survey Regarding the Use by Foreign Issuers of the Private Rule 144a Equity MarketFebruary 13, 2009
The Committee has completed a survey regarding the explosive growth in the use by foreign issuers of the private Rule 144A equity market in the Unites States.
CCMR Study Finds Delistings Growing; More US Companies Listing Only Abroad; Share of Global Trading Value Falling; Share of 20 Biggest Global IPO’s Down to 0%