Daniel Godfrey was forced out of the Investment Association in October.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission charged the bank and its Japanese branches with rigging interest-rate benchmarks.
A gender discrimination suit by a female managing director alleges that the bank engaged in unethical and illegal behavior.
As the June 23 referendum on EU membership looms, pension funds stare down the short- and long-term concerns with a breakup.
The US regulator follows Massachusetts’ state attorney and the FBI in charging ex-State Street exec Ross McLellan with fraud.
The division of enforcement’s Andrew Ceresney discusses efforts to increase transparency in the industry.
A report claims existing rules are sufficient to manage falling asset liquidity if combined with additional tools.
A proposed funding regime has been abandoned in favor of a reporting tool and scenario testing—but pension funds are still not happy.
Khaled Bassily is accused of helping conceal extra charges within transition management fees.
As regulators crack down on enforcement, investors need robust compliance structures to avoid expensive fines, according to the Regulatory Fundamentals Group.