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September 17

Citigroup Inc.

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Citigroup Inc on Friday was ordered to pay more than $12 million by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission after the SEC found that the bank’s investment banking and financial advisory unit misled users of one of its affiliates' dark pools.  View page

September 14

Cinnober Financial Technology

Nasdaq announced an offer to acquire Cinnober (Nasdaq First North: CINN), the Swedish financial technology provider, for 190 million. The acquisition bid comes one month after Cinnober announced Peter Lenardos would succeed Veronica Augustsson as Group CEO. View page

September 13

IEX Group

The "upstart" stock exchange IEX Group Inc., made famous by  Michael Lewis’s 2014 book “Flash Boys," won its first listing when Interactive Brokers said it would switch from Nasdaq to IEX.       View page

September 12

Initial Coin Offering

In the first federal court case involving an initial coin offering, a US federal court ruled yesterday that the SEC could move ahead with fraud charges against Maksim Zaslavskiy for illegal unregistered securities offerings and fraudulent conduct related to two ICOs, one involving REcoin Group Foundation LLC and another called DRC World Inc. The case effectively affirmed the SEC's oversight of the ICO market. View page

September 11

Mark J. Carney

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, will continue in that role until January 2020. His term was extended, and Sir Jon Cunliffe was re-appointed as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.  View page

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