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  • April 25, 2018

    SEC's Jackson Decries 'Middle-Market Tax' On IPOs

    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Robert Jackson decried Wednesday initial public offering fees as effectively a “middle-market tax” that dissuades more small to midsize companies from going public, and called for more robust disclosures explaining the cost of IPOs.

  • April 25, 2018

    Deals Rumor Mill: Eli Lilly, TransUnion, Quality Care

    Advent International and Bain Capital are eying Eli Lilly's animal health business, TransUnion's bid to buy Callcredit from GTCR has backing from $1.4 billion in leveraged loans, and Quality Care Properties received a $2 billion acquisition offer.

  • April 25, 2018

    Mulvaney's Talk To Bankers Spurs Calls For His Resignation

    The top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee joined with consumer advocates Wednesday in calling on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau acting Director Mick Mulvaney to resign after he told a bank industry gathering this week that, while in Congress, he wouldn’t meet with lobbyists who hadn’t given him campaign contributions.

  • April 25, 2018

    Proskauer Pulls Bid At 5th Circ. To Stay $1.5B Stanford Trial

    Proskauer Rose LLP on Wednesday withdrew a request that the Fifth Circuit pump the brakes on an April 30 trial setting in a $1.5 billion lawsuit brought by the receiver for the R. Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme, just a day after asking the appellate court for a stay of the trial court proceeding.

  • April 25, 2018

    HSBC Bankers Stick Up For Former Exec Ahead Of Sentencing

    More than two dozen current HSBC employees have urged a Brooklyn federal judge to go easy in sentencing their former colleague who was convicted of a foreign currency exchange fraud, a somewhat unusual situation since HSBC itself settled criminal claims over the scheme with the U.S. Department of Justice.

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