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IRS seeks crypto tax dodgers

Court authorizes agency to collect information on possible tax evasion by crypto traders

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Blue Horseshoe loves Equifax puts

PR firm employee allegedly tipped partner, who traded on news of a major cyber breach

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Canadians charged in U.S. account hacking scheme

Accused allegedly used breached accounts to pump microcap stocks

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FINRA adopts e-filing for enforcement

A temporary pandemic innovation is being made permanent


Crypto firms must promise to be good

CSA demands pre-registration undertakings from firms to protect investors

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Hedge fund manager convicted in vote-rigging scheme

Co-conspirators secretly took control of company's bonds to rig a vote that gave them millions

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Fraudsman gets 10 years for boiler room scheme

Scammers posed as legit Wall Street brokers to dupe investors

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CSA to host roundtable on derivatives rules

Regulators to prep industry for forthcoming conduct regime

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Regulatory peril is banks’ top governance risk: Fitch

Failings that inflict broader reputational harm or signal deeper issues are most likely to impact credit ratings


Crypto and FOMO lure retail investors, ASIC finds

Only equities outrank crypto in retail portfolios, Australian research says

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Wall Street traders convicted of spoofing: DoJ

Total of 10 traders now found guilty of manipulating futures markets

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SEC, CFTC to step up hedge fund reporting

Regulators propose expanding post-crisis reporting requirements


Aggrieved investor must pay back loan, court finds

Ontario court orders summary judgment in favour of bank

Doggedness pays off for tipster

Whistleblower receives US$13 million after hounding SEC about misconduct

Allowing financials to go electric

The feds are consulting on virtual meetings and "access equals delivery" in the financial sector

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Feds consider diversity rules for financial firms

Following CBCA changes and CSA discussions, the government is consulting on requirements for federal-sector firms

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CRA says it has $1.4 billion in uncashed cheques sitting in its coffers

The agency will be sending e-notifications to thousands of Canadians

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SEC proposes governance rules for clearing firms

Proposal sets tougher independence requirements for boards and committees

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U.S. bans crypto “mixer” for money laundering

U.S. Treasury sanctions Tornado Cash

Returning lost money likely to attract fraudsters

Scammers will try to exploit New Brunswick's new unclaimed property regime, regulator warns

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Credit risks rising, regulators warn

BIS has heightened concern about real estate, leveraged loan markets

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Regs seek to shore up central counterparties

IOSCO, CMPI launch discussion of infrastructure firms' resilience


U.K. undertakes crypto review

All-party policy group launches inquiry into regulation of crypto sector

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FINRA flags digital forgery issues

Firms are increasingly reporting digital signature falsification

Industry preps for the end of CDOR

Legal, operational issues may arise with loans as key benchmark is eliminated