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- New York City UBT Ruling Allows Broker-Dealer Sourcing for Non-Registered Broker-Dealers
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- SEC Requests Comment on FINRA Rules
- CFTC Issues Interpretation Regarding Auditor Independence Standards
- OTC Derivatives Regulators Group Issues Report to G20
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Originally published in Law360, New York (September 19, 2012, 10:56 AM ET)
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- Development on Introduction of a New...more
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- FINRA Proposes Rule Change Regarding Front Running of Block Transactions
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