CFOs' Top Risk Management Concerns
Regulatory compliance and economic uncertainty are top-of-mind, but few CFOs are concerned anymore about their ability to secure credit.
Swaps Rules Challenged in Court
Wall Street trade groups sue the CFTC to curb overseas reach of its regulations.
China Restricts Use of Bitcoins
Government prohibits financial institutions from handling transactions in the virtual currency.
‘Insanity’ in U.S. Overseas Swaps Policy
CFTC commissioner cites legal and enforcement issues surrounding agency's regulation of swaps trades performed by U.S.-based firms for overseas affiliates.
GPIF President Says Japan Unlikely to Reach Inflation Target
As nation's monetary easing seems unlikely to bring 2 percent inflation, world's largest pension fund may need to increase investments overseas.
Pension Funds Underinvesting in Stocks
BlackRock CEO says the only way for most pension plans to meet their obligations is to invest more in equities.
Wall Street Sweats Out Volcker Rule Impact
The final rule, due out next week, may affect up to 18 percent of revenue at the five largest Wall Street firms.
Pain Points in New Banking Relationships
Survey reveals where companies feel the most pain coming up to speed on banking services—and that they feel more pain in onboarding than banks realize.
Yen Weakens to 6-Month Low on Risk-Linked Selling
As indicators suggest manufacturing growth around the world, yen remains preferred risk-funding currency.
Johnson & Johnson Said to Plan $3.25 Billion Bond Offering
Deal would be the first for the company since May 2011.