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September 18, 2013
Posted by David Zaring
- While we wait for news that JPMorgan will pay $800 million + an admission of wrongdoing to settle the London Whale trade, it turns out that the SEC has entered into "no admit, no deny" settlements with a passel of short sellers. We'll see how much the agency's new quest for accountability meshes with the need to close cases.
- Sheila Bair came to Penn, and here's what she said about reforming financial regulation.
- More evidence that the New York financial supervisor and the national ones are carving out different regulatory perspectives: favored bank consultant Promontory is being investigated by the former, even as it is hired to pitch the latter for client forbearance.
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