Articles Tagged with ''U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission''

SEC chair explores reason behind major drop in IPOs

Attempts to find ways to make IPOs more attractive
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton wants to fix the drastic decline in initial public offerings, hoping to in turn give individual investors more access to smaller companies. This is an issue that housing is not immune from. Remember when loanDepot pulled its IPO two years ago?
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S&P receives wells notice over CMBS ratings

Tied to loans from 2011
Commercial-mortgage backed securities Standard & Poor graded in 2011 are under question after McGraw Hill Financial said it received a notice from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the regulator may seek an enforcement action.
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