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Securities Market Reform and Investor Protection: Return of the Regulatory Paradigm

March 13th, 2008 by Madelaine Eppenstein

As advocates for the rights of investors, we have long been proponents goals-based regulation in previous posts here and elsewhere. In a stunning admission today that deregulation has failed, the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets (PWG) reported on important first steps that must be taken to restore economic stability and investor confidence, though much damage has already been done to undermine the global financial system. The report identifies the following as some of the central underlying causes: Read the rest of this entry »

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Auction-Rate Securities: Market Implosion Puts Investors In Limbo

March 12th, 2008 by Madelaine Eppenstein

The $13 million penalty assessed by the SEC in 2006 in a settlement against the 15 largest financial firms over the bidding process for auction-rate securities can now be seen as a portentous footnote to the current breakdown of the auction-rate business. Afterwards it was business as usual until the sub-prime liquidity crisis cast its long shadow across numerous markets including ARS. Read the rest of this entry »

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