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Don’t skimp on financial reporting, IOSCO says

Regulators stress the need for high-quality reporting in times of turmoil

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Derivatives margin requirements delayed

The final deadline for the post–financial crisis reform is pushed to 2022

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Another SEC tipster gets paid

The whistleblower shared "vital information" despite "implied threats" from wrongdoers

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Private markets a breeding ground for Covid-19 scams: NASAA

Fraudsters could exploit stock market turmoil, regulators warn

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Corporate disclosure needs work: ESMA

Regulators' reviews uncovered issues with both ESG disclosure and financial reporting

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Best interest standards on track for mid-2020: SEC

U.S. firms are expected to implement the new broker conduct requirements by June 30

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Elevated risks are here to stay: ESMA

Market rebounds may occur, but the risk will remain high

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ESMA votes no on commission ban — for now

Regulator recommends studying ban, beefing up disclosure

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FAIR Canada calls for comprehensive SRO review

Investor group says CSA must go deeper than an IIROC-MFDA merger review

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IIROC entertains broader relief for dealers

The SRO is prepared to grant temporary exemptions from several requirements

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Raising capital in a crisis

ASIC provides relief to facilitate "low doc" offerings

NASAA sees scam surge on the way

Regulators expect an array of pandemic-driven frauds

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Dealers warned of spike in account hacking

IIROC reports that account intrusions are increasing

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After in-house reporting fails, tip to SEC pays off

Compliance whistleblower gets SEC award after internal reporting stumbles

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Final Basel III reforms delayed

Regulators agree to push back implementation of certain provisions for a year

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ESMA consults on leverage limits for alt funds

The consultation proposes regulatory guidance to address leverage risk in alternative funds

FINRA issues cybersecurity alert

The SRO warns of increased cyberattacks as firms operate remotely

Client identifier implementation delayed to July 2021

IIROC revises the deadline due to technical complexity, risk

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IIROC delays change to debt reporting

The April deadline has been pushed to July

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MFDA proposes CE accreditation rules

The proposals are out for a 135-day comment period

MX looks to renew regulatory oversight group

The derivatives exchange seeks candidates for a special committee

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SEC pushes Covid-19 relief into the summer

The regulator extended existing relief for issuers and investment advisers

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LIBOR deadline unchanged: FCA

The U.K. regulator is committed to a 2021 end for LIBOR, but admits interim steps may be affected

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Keeping the lights on for financial markets

IOSCO is committed to ensuring that markets stay open and operational

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SEC rewards more tipsters

Whistleblowers take home combined US$570,000 for enforcement tips