Scholars examine the effectiveness of the contentious 340B Drug Pricing Program.
Agencies should scrutinize one-sided terms in standard form contracts to ensure consumer protection.
New guidance demonstrates how pension plans can keep better track of their participants.
Two recent state laws seek to place more members of underrepresented groups on public company boards.
Scholar recommends that regulators incorporate principles of distributive justice into credit markets.
The collaboration between pharmaceutical giants puts antitrust law at risk.
Distributed ledger technology can facilitate more efficient and reliable carbon credit markets.
Regulators around the world struggle to promote fintech innovation while limiting financial risk.
As decentralized finance projects eliminate the need for financial intermediaries, regulators may need to fundamentally rethink their approach.
Financial regulators must adopt new strategies to keep up with changing technology.
As fintech grows, FinCEN is uniquely positioned to regulate these emerging financial services.
Fintech promises to decentralize and democratize financial markets, but consumer protection and regulation are still needed.