The financial industry is preparing for an avalanche of new regulations, from the Dodd-Frank Act to Basel III and Solvency II. For technology vendors, this has meant adapting their products to incorporate...
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THE New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has announced the results of an inquiry into the back office operations of Mabon Securities, one of its members. NYSE has decided that Mabon Securities' New York operations violated NYSE rules. Mabon failed to adequately...
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