Posts Tagged ‘Securities and Exchange Commission’

Delusions and the State

January 6, 2016

Chidem Kurdas

As the giant regulatory octopus reaches into every nook and cranny (more…)

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K2 Franklin Fund Gets Regulator OK

September 25, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

K2 Advisors, one of the largest fund (more…)

Systemic Risk Measures as Holy Grail

August 5, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

The question of whether private equity and hedge funds pose widespread risk to the financial system is (more…)

Stanford Victims’ Good and Bad News

April 23, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

The myriad politicians and political committees who received money from the fraudster Allen Stanford (more…)

Grosvenor Asks SEC about Fee Disclosure

February 7, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

Publicity-shy Grosvenor Capital is seeking regulator approval (more…)

Ponzi Scheme vs. Regulation Cost

May 10, 2012

Chidem Kurdas

Brokerages can play a key role in stopping fraud. Thus in 2008 Pershing stopped wiring money for its customer, Robert Allen Stanford’s Houston-based company. (more…)