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By Michael J. McFarlin | May 1, 2012
By Michael J. McFarlin | October 1, 2011
S&P poised to give the rating it denied the U.S. to a group of securities backed by subprime mortgages
By Michael J. McFarlin | September 1, 2011
The SEC recently gave itself more oversight over high-frequency trading firms and hedge funds
By Michael J. McFarlin | August 1, 2011
As Dodd-Frank deadlines have come and gone
By Michael J. McFarlin, Daniel P. Collins | June 1, 2011
Nearly one year after the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed
By Michael J. McFarlin | August 1, 2010
The credit crisis, which peaked in 2008, produced an economic downturn unseen since the Great Depression. Whether looking at the housing bust, too big to fail institutions or the recent “flash crash,” there has been a clarion call for reform.
By Daniel P. Collins | May 1, 2010
SEC proposed the creation of a large trader reporting system.