Daniel F. C. Crowley

Daniel F. C. Crowley

K&L Gates LLP

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Dodd-Frank Turns Five, What Comes Next?

The 2008 credit crisis was the beginning of an era of unprecedented government management of the capital markets. July 21, 2015 marked the fifth anniversary of the hallmark congressional response, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street...more

8/19/2015 - Capital Markets Capital Markets Union CFPB CFTC Clawbacks Cross-Border Transactions Derivatives Dodd-Frank EU EURIBOR European Commission Executive Compensation Financial Markets Financial Regulatory Reform FSB FSOC G-SIFI Incentive Compensation Investors IOSCO Libor Liquidity Coverage Ratio Nonbank Firms Obama Administration OTC Popular Proxy Access Rule SEC Security-Based Swaps

Dodd-Frank Act Changes Are Coming

For over four years after enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act (“Dodd-Frank”), President Obama and the Democratic Senate successfully blocked any changes to that act. For example, in the 113th Congress, the House passed 26 bills...more

1/26/2015 - Dodd-Frank Form 10-K JOBS Act Legislative Agendas Proposed Amendments Regulation S-K SBIC SEC TRIA Volcker Rule XBRL Filing Requirements

SEC Proposes Major Revisions to Money Market Fund Rules

On June 5, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) voted to release its long-awaited proposals to make significant revisions to the rules governing money market mutual funds (“money funds”), as well as to adopt...more

6/17/2013 - Disclosure Requirements FSOC GAAP Liquidity Fees Money Market Funds Mutual Funds NAV Right of Redemption SEC Stress Tests

FSOC Publishes Money Market Mutual Fund Reform Recommendations

On November 13, 2012, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (the “FSOC”) unanimously approved the publication of several proposed recommendations for money market mutual fund (“MMMF”) reform (the “Proposed...more

11/27/2012 - Dodd-Frank FSOC Money Market Funds SEC

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