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NASDAQ to SEC: You Don’t Get to Review Our Fees

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Public Companies and Securities NASDAQ has filed a rule change that is immediately effective with the SEC regarding a product called NOTO.  NOTO is a market data product offered by the NASDAQ that is designed to provide proprietary electronic trade data to subscribers. NOTO provides information about the activity of a particular option series during a particular trading session. […] Read more →

by   |   December 2, 2011

CFPB Releases Initial Report on Credit Card Complaints

Consumer Protection The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, issued a report on its first three months of collecting credit card complaint data while also asking the public for feedback on... Read more →

by   |   November 30, 2011

Stacks of Coins

OCC Proposes Rule to Remove References to Credit Ratings and Guidance on Due Diligence Requirements

Banking The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, or OCC, proposed a rule to remove references to credit ratings from various OCC regulations and related guidance to assist national... Read more →

by   |   November 29, 2011

conflict minerals

Update on OECD Conflict Minerals Project

Public Companies and Securities When the SEC proposed rules on the conflict minerals requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act, it indicated that the statutory provision contemplates that issuers must use due diligence... Read more →

by   |   November 29, 2011