At a speech to the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s Capital Markets Association on April 4, 2022, SEC Chair Gary Gensler took the opportunity to again promote his strong desire
Continue Reading SEC Chair Continues Push to Regulate Digital Asset Markets

Registered public companies would be required to report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and certain information regarding climate-related financial risks and metrics, including any actual or likely material impacts to
Continue Reading SEC Issues Long-Awaited Proposed Rule on Climate Disclosures

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has expanded its anti-discrimination oversight and enforcement of covered persons to all consumer finance products and services, regardless of whether they involve an extension of
Continue Reading CFPB Expands Anti-Discrimination by Applying UDAAP to Credit and Non-credit Products

On Feb. 9, 2022, the SEC released its long-awaited proposed cybersecurity rule, and there’s a lot to unpack. As GT reported previously, the SEC increased enforcement of cybersecurity
Continue Reading SEC Issues Proposed Cyber Rule, Including 48-Hour Breach Reporting Requirement

To expedite decisions to prevent or stop consumer harm, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has implemented a controversial change to its decision-making procedures. The change forms part of the FCA’s
Continue Reading UK FCA Implements Controversial Change to Its Decision-Making Procedures