A judge approved a motion to intervene challenging the SEC's authority over whether a shareholder resolution must appear on a proxy statement.
Several industry leaders and Republican lawmakers are opposed to a new SEC rule proposal that would amend the agency's existing custody rule.
The Securities and Exchange Commission approved proposing rules aimed at bolstering covered clearing agencies' resiliency.
The Federal Reserve is examining some regulatory changes due to recent bank failures, the Fed's vice chairman of supervision told lawmakers.
At FINRA's annual conference, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler discussed bolstering U.S. equities markets, cryptocurrency firms and the latest on Reg BI.
Business groups filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn a new SEC rule that requires companies to provide more timely disclosures on stock buybacks.
The Labor Department is mulling an exemption to allow UBS Group and Credit Suisse Group to continue as asset managers for U.S. retirement plans.
There's no easy answer for cryptocurrency regulation, as lawmakers, the SEC and the industry weigh in on the debate with differing opinions.
Some lawmakers and industry players are worried that the U.S. is falling behind other countries when it comes to regulating digital assets.
Business groups challenging the SEC's 2022 rule-making on proxy-voting advice will appeal a federal judge's court order in favor of the SEC.