Category Archives: Investment management

The SEC’s Mary Jo White Punts on High Frequency Trading and Abandons Securities Act of 1934

SEC chairman Mary Jo White made clear in a new speech that she’s not going to do much about high frequency trading.

SEC chairman Mary Jo White spoke on Thursday about high frequency trading. She made clear that she not going to do much to curb it but will engage in more studies so as to look to be Doing Something.

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The Private Equity Limited Partnership Agreement Release: The Industry’s Snowden Moment

We’ve published 12 private equity limited partnership agreements, including the KKR limited partnership agreement that was key to an important Wall Street Journal story. The source documents have been removed from the Pennsylvania Treasury’s website, so our document trove has now become the best source for these records.

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Americans Raid 401(k)s, Replacing Home Equity Withdrawals as Way to Make Ends Meet

It’s been creepy to see economists and the financial media cheering the re-levering by American households as a sign that they economy is on the mend and consumers are regaining their will to shop. The number of Americans who are tapping into their 401 (k) accounts is proof that the financial health of ordinary Americans is far from robust.

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