The SEC listed rules scheduled for review pursuant to the Regulatory Flexibility Act, which requires federal agencies to "review each rule that has or will have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities within ten years of publication of the final rule."
In a discussion paper, ISDA provided a roadmap "for participants in the derivatives industry who are working to implement new technology solutions and applications aimed at optimizing and digitizing financial markets."
In discussion paper, ISDA reviewed “issues market participants may need to consider from a commercial, operational, regulatory, and legal perspective when transacting in sustainability linked derivatives.”
In response to the FTC and DOJ's Request for Information on modernizing enforcement of the antitrust laws regarding mergers, industry groups raised concerns about incorporating the "common ownership hypothesis" into the guidelines and faulty built-in assumptions underlying mergers.
In a comment letter on an SEC proposal to require institutional investment managers to report short position and short activity, the Investment Company Institute urged the SEC to expand existing reporting obligations rather than implement a new reporting regime.
In response to a House Financial Services Committee request for information, the Council of Institutional Investors described how its members are satisfying their fiduciary obligations and complying with international sanctions against Russia.
Sell-side and buy-side trade associations offered additional recommendations in comments supporting the SEC's proposal to accelerate the settlement cycle from two days after the trade date (T+2) to one day after the trade date (T+1).