Dodd-Frank May Force Reg AB Tweaks: Attorney

The Securities and Exchange Commission likely will have to rewrite parts of its planned update to Reg AB in light of new securitization rules passed under the Wall Street reform legislation, according to Edward Gainor, partner at Bingham McCutchen.

  • 20 Jul 2010

--Ed Beeson

The Securities and Exchange Commission likely will have to rewrite parts of its planned update to Reg AB in light of new securitization rules passed under the Wall Street reform legislation, according to Edward Gainor, partner at Bingham McCutchen. Speaking at a recent Securities Industry and Financial ...

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