In this issue:
- Delaware Chancery Court Declines to Dismiss Fraud Claims Against Private Equity Fund and Directors
- Agencies Amend Regulatory Capital and Liquidity Coverage Ratio Rules
- FINRA Proposes Rule Change to Identify Transactions with Non-Member Affiliates
- FINRA Proposes Rule Change to Codify Reporting Requirement for Accounts Acting in Concert
- Swap Push-Out Rule Narrowed
- CFTC Extends Relief from Certain Recordkeeping Requirements
- CFTC Approves Amended Order of Registration for LCH.Clearnet Ltd.
- CFTC Extends Relief to Four Foreign Clearing Organizations
- NFA Proposes Amended Interpretive Notice Regarding Loans to CPOs by Commodity Pools
- CME Issues Revisions to Wash Trade Advisory Notice
- Conference of State Bank Supervisors Issues Draft Model Regulatory Framework on Virtual Currency
- DFS Superintendent Lawsky Discusses Revised BitLicense Framework
- SEC Urges Third Circuit to Adopts Its Interpretation of Whistleblower Retaliation Protections
- Southern District Dismisses Complaints Against China North Director and Consultant
- OCC Issues Bank Accounting Advisory Series Update
- Congress Eases Debt Level Restrictions for Smaller Banks, Thrifts
- FCA Imposes Industry Ban on Fare Dodger
- ESMA Publishes Report on High-Frequency Trading Activity in EU Equity Markets
- Excerpt from Delaware Chancery Court Declines to Dismiss Fraud Claims Against Private Equity Fund and Directors
In Great Hill Equity Partners IV, LP v. SIG Growth Equity Fund I, LLLP, the Delaware Court of Chancery denied the defendants' motion to dismiss fraud-based claims made in connection with Great Hill's acquisition of Plimus, a private company, from SIG and Plimus' founders.
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