In this issue:
- FINRA Issues New Investor Alert on Closed-End Funds
- CFTC Adopts Enhanced Customer Protection Rules
- CFTC Adopts Rules Regarding the Protection of Collateral and Treatment of Securities in a Portfolio Margining Account in a Bankruptcy
- CFTC Adopts Final Rules for Ownership and Control Reports
- CFTC Announces Mutual Acceptance of Approved Legal Entity Identifiers
- CFTC Seeks Comments on TW SEF Available-to-Trade Certification
- Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Qui Tam Case Based on Attorney’s Use of Confidential Information
- District Court Dismisses a Shareholder Suit for Failing to Plead Scienter
- OCC Issues Risk Management Guidance
- OCC and FDIC Propose Rule to Strengthen Liquidity Risk Management
- Excerpt from: OCC Issues Risk Management Guidance:
On October 30, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) issued guidance (Bulletin 2013-29) to national banks and federal savings associations (collectively, banks) for assessing and managing risks associated with third-party relationships. A third-party relationship is “any business arrangement between a bank and another entity, by contract or otherwise.” The bulletin rescinds OCC Bulletin 2001-47, “Third-Party Relationships: Risk Management Principles” and OCC Advisory Letter 2000-9, “Third-Party Risk.”
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Topics: Business Ownership, CFTC, Commercial Bankruptcy, Confidential Information, FDIC, FINRA, Liquidity Coverage Ratio, OCC, Pleadings, Qui Tam, Scienter, SEF, Shareholder Litigation
Published In: Bankruptcy Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Securities Updates
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