Wells Fargo & Co. is again under regulatory scrutiny, this time for its swap-dealing unit's alleged failure to submit accurate reports on trader positions as required by its regulator. The San Francisco-based bank agreed to pay $400,000 to settle the allegations by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, without admitting or denying...
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Wells Fargo's settlement with regulators this month, like many previous cases involving Wall Street firms, doesn't include any admission of wrongdoing. Yet critics who lambasted earlier settlements for that very reason have been quiet this time around, prompting head-scratching from some observers.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission will consider giving energy firms, smaller banks and other companies a reprieve until 2018 before they face heightened regulatory oversight as so-called swap dealers, CFTC Chairman Tim Massad said.
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Selecting a term
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