Crypto exchange settles with SEC over 'staking'
The settlement with Kraken and one of its business practices could spell headaches for other platforms with similar services.
US agencies seek tougher rules, internal probes on stock trading by federal officials
Financial Regulators to strengthen conflict of interest rules to avoid insider trading and restore trust after a WSJ article in October exposed copious corruption.
SEC considers easing climate-disclosure rules after investor pushback
The final version of the SEC rules, expected this year, will likely still mandate some climate disclosures in financial statements, according to the people close to the agency.
Are single-stock ETFs a good idea?
The Securities and Exchange Commission is not a fan of ETFs that hold just a single stock, but they may have benefits for certain investors.
Gary Gensler's gross SEC overreach
Lawyer John Deaton, amici curiae in the landmark SEC vs. Ripple case weighs in on Gary Gensler's ruling iron fist when it comes to cryptocurrency regulation.
District judge calls out SEC for hypocrisy in Ripple lawsuit
The judge's accusation comes as she rules against the SEC's motion in it's case against Ripple Labs. Questions have arisen over a 2018 speech by William Hinman.
SEC leaders with nearly 50 years' experience quit under Gary Gensler's tenure
Three senior SEC officials, who together have nearly 50 years collective experience at the agency, have quit recently under Gary Gensler's leadership.
SEC chair: Examination of crypto platform Binance is simply seeking 'basic investor protection'
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman Gary Gensler spoke with Fox Business on Tuesday in response to reports his agency is scrutinizing the relationship between the U.S. arm of the Binance cryptocurrency exchange and two firms tied to Chinese-Canadian business executive Changpeng Zhao, the founder of Binance.
GOP senators demand SEC investigate Unilever after Ben & Jerry's Israel boycott
GOP senators on the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee have demanded answers on whether the parent company of Ben & Jerry’s has violated SEC rules in its Israel boycott.
SEC delays certain assets from enforcement actions under new disclosure rule
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Friday that it would delay enforcement of certain assets from a new disclosure rule for off-exchange securities until Jan. 3, 2022.
SEC threatens to sue Coinbase over its Lend product
Coinbase Global Inc. was warned by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission not to launch a product that would pay customers interest for lending their crypto holdings.
Wall Street enforcement to get tougher as SEC's new top cop gets to work
When former New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal starts work at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday, he will be the agency's first incoming enforcement director without recent ties to corporate America since 2005.
SEC’s Gensler hunts for companies not ESG woke enough
FOX Business has learned that the Securities and Exchange Commission is launching a series of inquiries into whether corporations make proper disclosures involving so-called Environment, Social, Governance issues, known by the short-hand ESG.