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A flag outside the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022. Al Drago | Bloomberg | Getty Images While Washington is consumed with the elections next week, the Securities and Exchange Commission is continuing to consider numerous rulemaking proposals that could significantly increase the reporting and disclosure
SEC chairman Gary Gensler testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on Sept. 14, 2021 in Washington. Evelyn Hockstein-Pool/Getty Images The Securities and Exchange Commission has voted unanimously to propose a rule for the registration and regulation of security-based swap execution facilities. A swap execution facility, or SEF, is an electronic
Traders on the NYSE Feb. 28, 2022. Source: NYSE Select Chinese stocks have declined sharply on Thursday. China watchers believe this is likely because the Securities and Exchange Commission has identified five U.S.-listed American depositary receipts of Chinese companies (Yum China, BeiGene, Zai Lab, ACM Research and HUTCHMED) for failing to adhere to the Holding
Traders on the floor of the NYSE, March 2, 2022. Source: NYSE The Securities and Exchange Commission is voting on Wednesday to propose new cybersecurity rules for public companies.   There are two components to the proposal: Mandatory cybersecurity incident reporting: “Material” incidents would have to be reported on an 8-K form within four business days