Posts Tagged “SEC”

Dark Pools Take Larger Share of Trades Amid SEC Scrutiny

by Wall Street Job Report on June 13, 2014

The rise of off-exchange trading in the U.S. stock market continues unabated even as regulators question the wisdom of allowing the shift to continue. Shares changing hands in private venues such as dark pools accounted for 40.4 percent of total share volume (…)

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Is Wall Street Pulling a Fast One?

by Wall Street Job Report on May 23, 2014

When members of the House Financial Services Committee grilled Mary Jo White, the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), all they wanted to talk about was a book: Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys. “So you’ve heard all the stories in (…)

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Bad Guys Beware, SEC Chair Mary Jo White wants Bigger Penalties

by admin on September 26, 2013

Wall Street’s top cop on Thursday called for steeper penalties for corporate wrongdoing and vowed to continue to force the worst troublemakers to confess sins. Mary Jo White, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said she is supporting legislation (…)

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In JPMorgan Case, a Missed Opportunity to Charge Its Executives

by admin on September 26, 2013

Both the Securities and Exchange Commission and JPMorgan Chase won great public relations victories last week. But the public lost — and in ways that go far beyond this one spat. By cracking down on the bank for its faulty internal controls (…)

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Delamaide: Tougher SEC may lift Wall Street morals

by Wall Street Job Report on June 26, 2013

The new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission took a small step last week toward getting tougher on Wall Street, though just how tough remains to be seen.



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