The SEC is expected on Monday to propose new requirements for companies to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and risks to their businesses from climate change.
In a recent interview with NPR, S.E.C. Chairman Gary Gensler says one of his top priorities is protecting amateur investors as his agency unveils a number of tough new rules and investigations.
In an interview with NPR, the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission said he was aiming to unveil tougher rules for a hot investment crazed called SPACs by early next year.
Regulators including the SEC are investigating a planned merger between a shell company and former President Donald Trump's social media startup.
Washington policymakers will soon start deciding on new rules for cryptocurrencies, setting up a fight between supporters and critics of the $2.5 trillion market.
The country's top market watchdog has promised tougher scrutiny of virtual currencies, but we still don't know what will be unveiled.
President Biden picked an unusual financial watchdog to run the Securities and Exchange Commission. Gary Gensler made a fortune at Goldman Sachs — then pushed through aggressive market reforms.