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  • Coinbase Announces Filing Of Registration Statement For Proposed Public Direct Listing Of Its Class A Common Stock

    Date 25/02/2021

    Coinbase Global, Inc. today announced that it has filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) relating to a proposed public direct listing of its Class A common stock. Coinbase intends to list its Class A common stock on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol “COIN”.


  • SIFMA Welcomes Introduction Of The LOCAL Infrastructure Act

    Date 25/02/2021

    SIFMA today issued the following statement from president and CEO Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr. on the introduction of the LOCAL Infrastructure Act:

    “SIFMA commends Senators Roger Wicker (R-MS) and Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) on their commitment to infrastructure investment, seen today with the introduction of the Lifting Our Communities through Advance Liquidity for Infrastructure (LOCAL Infrastructure) Act of 2021.  Our state and local governments have a critical need, especially this deep into the Covid-19 pandemic, to fund the repair and even new construction of the bridges, roads, schools, health care facilities, water and sewer facilities, transportation facilities our communities rely on.  This legislation would reinstate advance refunding, an important tool which allows state and local governments to save billions in interest costs by refinancing their outstanding debt to a lower interest rate. By reducing their debt service expenses, states and localities would free up their borrowing capacity for new investments in infrastructure and other important public projects, in turn boosting their local economies with the creation of new jobs and making public services more affordable.”

  • Canadian Securities Regulators Publish Findings Of Covid-19 Disclosure Review

    Date 25/02/2021

    The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published key findings of recently completed reviews of issuers’ COVID-19 disclosure. Guidance and disclosure examples have been provided to assist issuers with reporting on the impacts of COVID-19 to their business and operations.

  • CME Group Announces Record Ultra 10-Year Note And 30-Year Bond Futures Volumes On February 23

    Date 25/02/2021

    CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced that Ultra 10-Year Note futures reached a record volume of 1.7 million contracts on February 23, surpassing the previous record of 1.5 million set on February 25, 2020.  A record 1.8 million 30-Year Bond futures contracts were also traded on February 23, passing the prior record of 1.7 million set on February 25, 2020.

  • IOSCO Takes Important Step Towards Global Sustainability Disclosure

    Date 25/02/2021

    An important step has now been taken towards a global standard for sustainability reporting. The Board of Directors of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) voted during its meeting yesterday for IOSCO to actively work to achieve a unified and comparable global standard for sustainability disclosure. IOSCO’s work in this area is being carried out within the work group led by Finansinspektionen’s Director General Erik Thedéen.

  • Tether Tokens (USDt) Market Cap Soars Above US$35 Billion

    Date 25/02/2021

    Tether Operations Limited (Tether), the blockchain-enabled platform that powers the largest stablecoin by market capitalization, has today announced that Tether tokens (USDt) have crossed the US$35 billion mark, amid growing institutional and corporate demand.

  • SIFMA Cautions Liability Provisions Under CAT NMS Plan Will Harm Investors

    Date 25/02/2021

    A new report analyzing the economic impact of the proposed NMS Plan governing the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) concludes the proposed plan amendment, if adopted, would reduce investor welfare in two ways:

    First, if the CAT does not bear the liability of data breaches, it is incentivized to invest less in data security to protect investors’ personally identifiable information and trading data in the CAT, which would place investors at greater risk of having their data compromised.

    Second, requiring industry members to absorb litigation-related expenses for an event which they have no direct control over will lead to the inefficient purchase of insurance with additional costs likely passed downstream to investors.

  • SEC Issues Whistleblower Awards Totaling Over $1.7 Million

    Date 25/02/2021

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced awards totaling more than $1.7 million to two whistleblowers in separate proceedings.  Both whistleblowers provided Forms TCR to the Commission within 30 days of their first learning of the Form TCR filing requirement as set forth in new Securities and Exchange Act Rule 21F-9(e).

  • Themistocles And The Mathematicians: The Role Of Stress Testing, Federal Reserve Vice Chair For Supervision Randal K. Quarles, At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia (Via Webcast)

    Date 25/02/2021

    One of the principal themes of human history—and certainly of economic history—is that of a sudden technological breakthrough originally deployed for one purpose being gradually refined over time until new and better versions of it are eventually deployed for a much broader range of purposes. The breakthrough supplies the drama, but it's the steady incremental improvement over time that makes the greatest difference. The Phoenicians dramatically improved the speed and cargo load of their commercial voyages with the invention of the trireme—massive boats, powered with three tiers of oarsmen, rather than the standard one or two—dispatched from Tyre and Sidon in the service of exploration, commerce, and colonization. But the Greeks improved on the design, bit by bit, and over many years, until they became not commercial vessels ferrying cargo from Carthage to Cádiz, but warships that revolutionized naval combat and enabled Athens—led by the obstinate upstart Themistocles who built a fleet of 200 triremes, the largest navy Greece had ever seen—to challenge and defeat the Persian King. Or, somewhat closer to home, consider the development of radar in World War II. That initial innovation was instrumental in winning the war but continued refinement has led to technologies that can promptly warn us of tornados or even steer our cars.

  • Iberclear Launches RENADE’s Electronic Office

    Date 25/02/2021

    Iberclear, BME's central securities depository, has launched the Electronic Office of RENADE, the National Registry for Greenhouse Gas Emission Allowances. This implementation is part of BME's digital transformation strategy to automate processes through the application of the most innovative technologies. Furthermore, it is another step forward by BME in favour of the planet’s sustainability, insofar as digitalisation contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.