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Today [February 8], the Commission voted to adopt amendments to Form PF, an important reporting tool whereby the Commission and the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) receive reporting from private fund advisers. I am pleased to support the adoption because
Today [January 30], the Commission denied a Petition for Rulemaking to amend Rule 202.5(e), more commonly known as the Commission’s no-admit/no-deny policy. I was pleased to support the Commission’s decision.
The Commission’s no admit/no deny policy was adopted in
Today [January 24], the Commission is considering whether to adopt final rules that will strengthen protections for investors in special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). I am pleased to support these final rules because they will better align the protections investors
Today [January 10], the Commission approved the listing and trading of a number of spot bitcoin exchange-traded product (ETP) shares.
I have often said that the Commission acts within the law and how the courts interpret the law. Beginning under
Today [December 15], the Commission denied a Petition for Rulemaking filed on behalf of Coinbase Global, Inc. I was pleased to support the Commission’s decision for three reasons. First, existing laws and regulations apply to the crypto securities markets. …
Today [November2], the Commission adopted final rules to create a framework for the registration of security-based swap execution facilities (security-based SEFs). I support today’s adoption because, through fulfilling Congress’s mandate, it increases the transparency and integrity of the security-based swap …
Today [October 13], the Commission is voting to adopt rules to broaden the scope of short sale-related data available to regulators as well as the investing public. I am pleased to support this adoption because it will enhance the transparency …
Today [October 10], the Commission adopted final rules to shorten the deadlines by which beneficial owners of a company — those who own more than 5 percent of the company — must inform the public of their position. I am
Today [September 20], the Commission is considering final rules to update the Names Rule. I am pleased to support this rule adoption because it will help ensure that a fund’s portfolio matches a fund’s name. Such truth in advertising promotes
Good morning, Chairman Brown, Ranking Member Scott, and members of the Committee. Thank you for inviting me to testify today. As is customary, I’d like to note that my views are my own as Chair of the Securities and Exchange
Today [August 23], the Commission is considering final rules related to private fund advisers. I am pleased to support this adoption because, by enhancing advisers’ transparency and integrity, we will help promote greater competition and thereby efficiency in this important
Thank you, Secretary Yellen. Thank you to all of my colleagues—not only at this table but around the globe—for their hard work putting an end to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)
LIBOR was an innovation of the 1970s to
Today [July 26], the Commission is considering adopting final rules regarding cybersecurity disclosures by public companies. I am pleased to support these rules because they will enhance and standardize disclosures to investors with regard to public companies’ cybersecurity practices as
Today [July 12], the Commission is considering adopting final rules to enhance money market funds’ liquidity and investor protection. I support this adoption because it will enhance these funds’ resiliency and ability to protect against dilution.
Money market funds—nearly $6
Good morning. I’m pleased to speak with the Investor Advisory Committee. As is customary, I’d like to note that my views are my own as Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and I am not speaking on behalf of
Today [June 7], the Commission is considering adopting two final rules related to the security-based swaps markets. I am pleased to support these rules because they will enhance the integrity of the security-based swaps markets.
The 2008 financial crisis had