As a former CIA officer, my old job taught me moderation, and respect for the views of all sides. "Being an intelligence officer," he said, "you collect information from all sides, and when there's overlap, that's usually where the truth is."
-- William Ballard Hurd
U.S. representative for Texas's 23rd congressional district
Wall Street has been urging Washington for months to blunt the fallout from new European rules that banks say will upend their research businesses. The industry's top U.S. regulator now appears poised to help (Aug 23)
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(Aug 23) -- Private signals from the Securities and Exchange Commission has financial firms hopeful the agency will make it easier for U.S. brokerages to sell market research to European money managers. SEC staff is engaging more with the industry and has stepped up efforts to find a fix before Europe's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) takes effect in January. The stickiest wicket is a requirement that brokerages charge money managers for research.