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The Trump administration has issued an executive order mandating a review of certain banking and financial services regulations and outlining the administration's core principles for financial regulation. The administration also issued a me...
The US House of Representatives and the US Senate have approved a joint resolution to disapprove the SEC's resource extraction rule. The President later signed the resolution, after which the resource extraction rule has no further force or...
The CFPB entered into a Consent Order with Prospect Mortgage LLC for paying kickbacks in exchange for mortgage referrals. Under the Order, Prospect Mortgage LLC is required to pay a $3.5 million civil penalty and is also prohibited from fut...
The CFTC has issued no-action relief through May 8, 2017 to swap dealers subject to EU uncleared swap margin rules from compliance with final CFTC uncleared swap margin rules.
Good Hill v. Deutsche Bank: Appellate Court Upholds CDS Decision Reaffirming Good Faith Obligation Under ISDA Master Agreement
The New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department, upheld the trial court's ruling in Good Hill Master Fund L.P., et al. v. Deutsche Bank AG that a credit default swap (CDS) contract entered into under an ISDA Master Agreemen...
Marblegate Asset Management v. Education Management: Second Circuit Reverses SDNY and Clarifies Right to Payment Under Section 316(b) of the Trust Indenture Act
In Marblegate Asset Management, LLC v. Education Management Corp., the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the US District Court for the Southern District of New York and ruled in a 2-1 decision that Section 316(b) of the Tr...
The CFTC issued no-action relief to futures commission merchants (FCMs) from the requirement to hold excess residual interest in cleared swaps customer accounts in accordance with CFTC Regulation 22.17(b).
The CFTC has issued two no-action letters extending relief to CFTC-registered derivatives clearing organizations and other reporting entities from certain Dodd-Frank Title VII swap data reporting obligations for cleared swaps.
The District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled against the LSTA in its lawsuit challenging the application of final Dodd-Frank ABS credit risk retention rules to CLOs.
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