He’s this close to not having to give a s**t about any of this any more, you guys. Come on.
Gary Gensler and Ted Kaufman are not the kind of people big finance want to see in positions of influence.
If he’d just do what they want, he’d find China’s market regulators to be very reasonable and caring people.
Barring that, it welcomes your green finance dreams.
Speak only when spoken to.
Getting rid of most 13Fs proves too unpopular even for someone with nothing to lose like Jay Clayton.
It’s clock-striking-midnight dealmaking time at the Justice Department.
That’s a big, “Thanks, but no thanks” from the hedge funds on getting rid of most 13Fs.
For all of you. Literally.
Gut shareholder democracy? Check. Put a crimp in whistleblowing? Check.
It doesn’t stop the money laundering, of course, but that’s not really the goal, is it?
Peace in Northern Ireland is apparently only a part-time job.
It was a rule-shredding Wednesday on Zoom.
They know it’s unusual for the bloc to help hedgies, but come on.
Also, they’d like those hedge funds to become mutual funds, if they’re being honest.
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Who says this country suffers from systemic racism?
Joseph Otting has made sure of that.
Which is good (for it, and for payday lenders), because it’s probably running out of time.
Just don’t, like, make too much work for the powers that be.
The self-regulator’s new chairperson would like to know.
But not without delivering another, posthumous “F.U.” to the late former Fed chief.
Not really, or at least not yet, but man would it be a windfall.