Penn panel focuses on current housing finance regulatory issues.
Experts discuss ways to freeze trading to stop runaway computer errors.
Consumer agency exempts some cross-border money transfers from certain disclosure requirements.
IMF report contends that more stringent bank regulations will not harm the economy.
OLA applies an ill-fitting model to financial distress resolution and produces troubling participatory effects.
Proposed fee structure remains flawed and may contribute to the perception of a “broken” patent system.
Penn Law professor concludes Regulation FD has reduced selective disclosure.
Law professor argues that cost-benefit analysis could make securities regulation more effective.
OTS may not deserve some criticism from its performance during the financial crisis.
Allegations in complaints befit a conspiracy novel – one that Apple argues is completely fictional.
The test will be expensive and discourage efforts to become financially independent.
Agency seeks housing stability while decreasing government involvement.