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Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 11.19.15

NY state regulators have tagged Barclays with an extra $150 million in fines for its role in a Forex-manipulation scandal that’s already cost the bank $2.4 billion – NYTimes and Law360... As expected, the minutes from...more

M&A Brokers – What About George Babbitt?

Yesterday’s post mentioned a California broker-dealer exemption for mergers and acquisitions specialists – Rule 260.204.5. One astute and observant reader pointed out that California’s Real Estate Law may also be an issue. ...more

SEC Approves Advertised Rule 506 Offerings

Final regulations allowing advertised Rule 506 offerings. ...more

Using Rule 506 for Raising Money

Helpful advice for using Rule 506 for raising money....more

Public Advertising of California Qualification by Permit Offerings

Although it takes more time and effort than other types of offerings, a California qualification by permit (25113) offering has major advantages in terms of allowing public advertising and having low investor requirements. ...more

Proxy Access Proposal

On May 20, 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed amendments to the federal proxy rules to facilitate the rights of shareholders to nominate candidates for election as a corporate director, and to have those...more

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