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SEC votes to shorten stock, bond settlement cycle to 2 days

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017

The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a proposal aligning US and European standards by shortening the settlement cycle for stock and bond trades from three days to two. "It is finally time to say hasta la vista to the antiquated T+3 settlement cycle," SEC acting Chairman Michael Piwowar said. Read SIFMA's statement. Reuters (03/22) The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (03/22)


SEC nominee has no "specific plans" to tackle Dodd-Frank Act

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Mnuchin makes cybersecurity top tech priority

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 27, 2017

Bipartisan push to resolve Freddie, Fannie issue

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 29, 2017

Fake SEC report highlights threat to markets

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017

Paper: Simplify Dodd-Frank, but don't kill it

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

SIFMA seeks agreement between MSRB's new Rule G-21 and FINRA's existing Rule 2210

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 28, 2017

Senators task Mnuchin with SIFI process review

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 29, 2017

US banks take top 5 places in global rankings

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 27, 2017

Trump order governs fiduciary-rule review, Labor nominee says

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017


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