Are you ready to join the 2.5k stakeholders & investors who have already submitted their comment to the SEC? Deadline, Monday 4th March.
Post-Brexit, UK revises Short Selling rules. New UK SSR risks include: loose definitions, selective enforcement, lack of transparency, broad powers, regulatory challenges with government involvement concerns.
SR-OCC-2024-001 Comment Template: Addressing Transparency Concerns, High Risk & Procyclicality, Idiosyncratic Control Settings, Loss Allocation Waterfall, FRM Role, and Proposed Improvements.
The CFTC proposes rule changes, protecting clearing members' funds through segregation, central bank locations, aligned investments, strict controls, daily reconciliation, and foreign DCO exemptions. Open for public comments.
The stakes are raised for short sellers. SEC rule calls for greater transparency threatening regulatory scrutiny, compliance challenges, legal consequences, and pressure for integrity
The OCC's recurrent use of idiosyncratic choices, adjusting margin requirements amid persistent market volatility, urgently raises concerns about systemic risks.
Investors who campaigned transparency celebrate SEC rule. It mandates reporting of short positions exceeding £10M; contested by fund associations.