Tags Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

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Telegram forced to return $1.2bn to investors that backed its cryptocurrency...

Telegram's battle with the American authorities has ended with the social media app agreeing to pay back all the proceeds made from its cryptocurrency project and to pay a hefty fine.

SEC charges penny stock traders for COVID-19 fraud

A penny stock trader is facing fraud allegations that could see him slammed by permanent injunctions, civil money penalties, a penny stock bar, and disgorgement with prejudgment interest.

Ares Management to pay $1m for allegedly breaking rules about misuse...

From: RegTech Analyst Los Angeles-based private equity firm Ares Management has been forced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) pay $1m to settle...

BitClave forced to pay back $25.5m from unregistered initial coin offering...

Blockchain services company BitClave has agreed to pay back the proceeds of its unregistered initial coin offering (ICO) and settling charges brought on by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The SEC signs amendment to bring “much-needed transparency and accountability to...

US markets regulator Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has amended the national market system plan governing the consolidated audit trail, the so-called CAT NMS Plan, to make it more transparent and to boost accountability.

The SEC opens up crowdfunding rules to help businesses survive COVID-19

As the coronavirus is continuously making the situation more dire for businesses, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has offered them a potential lifeline by providing temporary, conditional relief by easing the US’ crowdfunding rules.