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On June 5, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) voted three to one to approve a package of rulemakings and interpretations designed to enhance the quality and transparency of investors’ relationships with investment advisers and broker-dealers (the “June 5 Release”). Adopted pursuant to the broad rulemaking authority granted in Section 913(f) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the June 5 Release consists of the following four components:  Read on for SEC's Rulemakings Analysis >
Bilzin Sumberg LogoLast week, on the heels of a significant decline in Bitcoin prices, Forbes reported that China’s Central Bank is set to launch the world’s first state-backed cryptocurrency. The cryptocurrency will be made available initially to seven of China’s largest financial institutions, including three banks and two financial technology companies (including Alibaba).  It is planned to eventually reach the virtual wallets of U.S. consumers, through relationships with Western correspondent banks. More on Mt. Gox Litigation here >
For the first time in over 30 years, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed amendments to modernize its regulation requiring registrants to report environmental penalties and certain other environmental information. 84 Fed. Reg. 44358 (Aug. 23, 2019). More on SEC Environmental Disclosure Reporting here >
A recent study by the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Lab shows that commercial property assessed clean energy loans (PACE) are growing in popularity and are a good bet for lenders and property owners. Through 2017, projects worth $887 million have been completed, creating more than 13,000 jobs. The study found just one default on a PACE loan out of 1,870 deals nationwide since 2008.  More on PACE Loans Here >
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