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  • Former Portfolio Manager's Conviction for Insider Trading Upheld by Federal Appeals Court Despite Same Court's Prior Contrary Reasoning
  • Investment Adviser Agrees to Pay Almost US $5 Million to Resolve SEC Charges of Not Having Adequate Insider Trading Prevention Policies and Procedures
  • Again, ICE Futures US Charges Spoofing Based on Single Large Orders on One Side of Market
  • Canadian Securities Regulators Issue Guidance on Digital Token Offerings
  • One More Time—CME Group Resubmits Direct Funding Participant Proposal to CFTC
  • Federal Reserve Chair Argues Financial System Stronger Because of Post-Financial Crisis Reforms; Recommends No More Than Modest Changes