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FRB Requests Public Comment on Proposal to Amend Regulation A - On December 4, 2017, the Federal Reserve Board ("FRB") requested public comment on a proposal to amend Regulation A to make certain technical adjustments,...more

New York Appellate Court Dismisses Two Deutsche Bank RBMS Suits Under California’s Four-Year Statute Of Limitations

On December 5, 2017, the First Department of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York unanimously overturned a New York Supreme Court holding that California’s statute of limitations did not bar Plaintiff’s...more

Accountancy Forum Newsletter - December 2017

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In this edition, we have drafted an article on the recent FRC sanctions and we have also included short summaries of recent cases and items of interest to our target audience. At the end of the newsletter, you will also find...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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The Senate Banking Committee has voted out of committee a bipartisan effort to ease Dodd-Frank regulations. The bill in question could “drastically cut” the number of banks subject to heightened Fed oversight and “would ease...more

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Breakingviews is raising an eyebrow at the news from yesterday about Broadcom’s unsolicited $105 billion offer for Qualcomm [the largest-ever proposed tech deal], especially in light of the “mountain of debt” Broadcom would...more

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Lyft, armed with a fresh billion from Google’s venture investment arm (CapitalG), is looking seriously at a 2018 IPO. The CapG money raises Lyft’s valuation from $6.9 billion to more than $10 billion....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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Goldman’s deal-making advising is sputtering a bit these days, so Lloyd and the gang are working on generating some of those deals themselves through a new Innovations Lab internal venture....more

Court In FERC V. Barclays Bank PLC Interprets Statute Of Limitations Applicable To FERC Enforcement Actions

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In Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Barclays Bank PLC, et al. (Barclays Bank), the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California (the court) has granted a motion for judgment on the pleadings of defendant...more

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The White House announced its intention yesterday to blocked a China-backed investor from buying American semiconductor maker Lattice over national security concerns. The “rare move” could “signal more aggressive scrutiny of...more

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Uber has picked a new CEO. Word emerged late yesterday that the board selected current Expedia chief Dara Khosrowshahi to take the helm. Khosrowshahi beat out high-powered execs like Jeff Immelt and Meg Whitman in assuming...more

Going Rogue: Circumventing Your Company’s Internal Investigation Process to Identify a Whistleblower Will Cost You

The CEO of Barclays risks losing his 1.6 million-dollar bonus for launching his own personal investigation to identify the company whistleblower who wrote two anonymous letters about his colleague to the Barclays’s Board of...more

Farewell to Sam Shepard: Wither Whistleblowers in the UK?

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American’s greatest living playwright died yesterday as Sam Shepard passed away from Lou Gehrig’s disease. According to his obituary in the New York Times (NYT) “In Mr. Shepard’s plays, the only undeniable truth is that of...more

Regulatory developments

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Final Notices - Former Logica employee sentenced in prosecution brought by FCA - Manjeet Mohal, 13 January 2017 - Manjeet Mohal, a former business analyst at Logica Plc, has been sentenced for insider dealing along...more

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Qatar’s response to its recent feud with its Persian Gulf neighbors is to “dramatically increase” its natural gas production—an “awkward time” to do so by most measures....more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 58, the Declination Edition

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After last week’s guest announcers, Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the week’s top compliance related stories, including: 1. The first Declination of the Session’s Justice Department, Linde gas....more

This Week In Securities Litigation

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The first criminal charges against a major international bank and four of its executives tied to the market crisis were brought this week by the SFO. The charges were based on actions the firm took with private lenders to...more

SFO Criminally Charges Barclays, 4 Executives Tied to Market Crisis

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Judge Roy Bean was known as a hanging judge. A saloon-keeper and justice of the peace he called himself the law west of the Pecos. ...more

Sgt. Peppers at 50: She’s Leaving Home and Barclays Bank

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It has unquestionably been a difficult year for Barclays. Whether any of its former executives will face any jail time for their actions back in the 2008 financial crisis is an open question. As for current bank chief Staley,...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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Barclays and a group of its former execs are facing charges of fraud by false representation by Britain’s Serious Fraud Office over deals they struck with Qatar in 2008 to avoid a government bailout....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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When it comes to the big (tech) 5, investors are cheering on their massive gains even as they nervously look around the corner for the dreaded market correction....more

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We learned pretty early on that VW wasn’t alone in employing emissions-cheating software to get around environmental regs. But until now, it’s borne the brunt of the bad press for its actions. Well, with Fiat Chrysler’s DOJ...more

Bridging the Week - May 2017 #3

ICE Futures U.S. Settles Disciplinary Actions Against Three Respondents For Alleged Block Trade Violations For US $325,000 Combined Fine - ICE Futures U.S. settled two related disciplinary actions against three persons for...more

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Store-branded credit cards are still big business, but as the Times tells us, their contribution to companies’ bottom lines are masking bigger troubles at retailers around the US....more

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You’ll remember Snap’s highly anticipated March IPO as a splashy affair, with a valuation in the $30+ billion range and a relatively consistent stock price. Well, reality hit hard yesterday, as Snap announced a $2.2 billion...more

SEC: Barclays Charged Excessive Fees In Wrap Fee Program

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The Commission has brought a series of actions against investment advisers tied to wrap fee programs. Typically, the actions alleged either that clients were not told the magnitude of fees when an adviser “traded away” or...more

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