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Cooperation Needed on Cybersecurity

Ellen Ritchey, vice chairman of risk and public policy at Visa, urged cybersecurity officials and executives to meet and work together more efficiently and completely to counter threats from hackers.

FSR Applauds House Intelligence Passage of Cyber Info Sharing Bill

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) applauded the House Intelligence Committee today on their passage of a cybersecurity information sharing bill that will encourage the sharing of critical cyber threat information to protect consumers and our nation’s financial infrastructure. FSR urges both the House and Senate to continue moving forward with their legislative efforts and quickly pass a strong and bipartisan information sharing bill

Hasty Decisions on Non-bank Financial Stability Risk Determinations Can Harm Americans’ Financial Security

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) and its member-agencies should act independently of non-US regulators and in accordance with U.S. law in any assessment of whether a particular nonbank financial company that has been designated a global SIFI actually poses systemic risk to U.S. financial stability, the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) urged in a letter released today.

House Bill Takes A Sound Step Toward Protecting Consumers from Cyber Criminals

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) commended the House Intelligence Committee leaders today on their release of a cybersecurity information sharing bill that will help advance Congress’ progress toward enhancing and encouraging the sharing of critical cyber threat information to protect consumers and our nation’s financial and other critical infrastructure from growing cyber threats.

Wealthy Russians Seek New Havens amid Sanctions, Legal Pressure

On March 11 in the tiny Pyrenees principality of Andorra, local authorities raided Banca Privada d’Andorra as part of an internationally coordinated investigation. The bust, which triggered the collapse of a Spanish subsidiary of the bank the next day, pursued funds held by individuals and state-affiliated entities engaged in criminal enterprises. Chief among its targets were Russian investors, including people reputed to be underworld figures with connections to the Kremlin.

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Cooperation Needed on Cybersecurity

Ellen Ritchey, vice chairman of risk and public policy at Visa, urged cybersecurity officials and executives to meet and work together more efficiently and completely to counter threats from hackers.

FSR Applauds House Intelligence Passage of Cyber Info Sharing Bill

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) applauded the House Intelligence Committee today on their passage of a cybersecurity information sharing bill that will encourage the sharing of critical cyber threat information to protect consumers and our nation’s financial infrastructure. FSR urges both the House and Senate to continue moving forward with their legislative efforts and quickly pass a strong and bipartisan information sharing bill

Rules In Focus: SEC Chair White Announces Support for Uniform Fiduciary Standard and Third-Party Exams for Investment Advisors

In remarks before a SIFMA conference on March 17, SEC Chair Mary Jo White officially announced her support for a uniform fiduciary rulemaking for broker-dealers and registered investment advisers that provide individualized advice concerning investments in securities. Section 913 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 authorized the SEC to exercise its discretion in determining whether to pursue rulemaking to implement a uniform standard of care (often referred to as a fiduciary duty).

Hasty Decisions on Non-bank Financial Stability Risk Determinations Can Harm Americans’ Financial Security

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) and its member-agencies should act independently of non-US regulators and in accordance with U.S. law in any assessment of whether a particular nonbank financial company that has been designated a global SIFI actually poses systemic risk to U.S. financial stability, the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) urged in a letter released today.

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