The inner workings of money market funds need to be shored up with measures such as capital buffers and redemption costs, according to the FSB.
An investigation into the collapse of Archegos Capital Management is examining whether the firm engaged in market manipulation.
Global regulators are teaming up to explore how to regulate blank check company listings after investment in the vehicles surged recently.
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler pledged to enforce a three-year deadline that requires Chinese firms to permit inspections of their financial audits.
President Joe Biden plans to name Rostin Behnam to lead the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
China's securities regulator called for talks with the SEC after it increased disclosure requirements for IPOs of Chinese companies.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will convene top U.S. financial market and bank regulators to discuss rules for so-called stablecoins.
Wall Street's top brokers are quietly tightening their rules for who can bet against retail traders' most-popular meme stocks.
China is allowing Ant Group to start operations at its consumer finance company, the first sign of progress after a regulatory crackdown.
The Department of Justice is investigating the market-rattling meltdown of Bill Hwang's Archegos Capital Management in March.
Australia's securities regulator is probing Westpac Banking over insider trading, just months after it settled money laundering charges.
Cryptocurrency advocates will have to wait a while longer for the U.S. regulator's verdict on bitcoin ETF approval as applications pile up.
U.S. regulators are considering tougher disclosure requirements for investment firms in response to the implosion of Archegos Capital.
Top executives at companies hit by accounting scandals could lose their bonuses under U.K. proposals for beefed-up regulation.
U.S. regulators are scrapping a Trump-era policy that critics contend helped insulate Wall Street firms from tougher penalties.
The New York Stock Exchange is proceeding with a plan to delist three Chinese telecommunications firms, its second about-face this week.
The New York Stock Exchange is reconsidering a decision to halt the delisting of three Chinese firms after Trump administration objections.
The Securities and Exchange Commission approved the New York Stock Exchange's plan to allow so-called primary direct floor listings
Regulators are shelving a controversial plan to allow most hedge funds to keep stock investments secret after critics blasted the proposal.