Tag Archives: SEC

Global Frameworks and Legal Strategies to Combat Cryptocurrency Scams

By: Jeremy Montoya Cryptocurrency Risks In the wake of the sentencing of Sam Bankman-Fried, ex-CEO of the crypto-exchange FTX, the financial community across the globe is reminded again of the reality of the risks  associated with cryptocurrency. The crypto craze is back and is gearing up to be stronger than it was over two years […]

Green Ledgers and Climate Accounts: Unveiling the Corporate Climatic Canvas on Both Sides the Atlantic

By: Stephanie Selva The exigency of the climate crisis is underscored by a staggering statistic: a recent study suggests that corporate entities contribute to over 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Amidst the growth of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing and investor demands for transparency, governments have begun to take initiatives to hold corporations […]

If the SEC Cannot Regulate Digital Asset Trading, Who Can?

By: Evan Dubow April 15, 2022 The digital asset industry has experienced unprecedented growth within the last three years. This monumental growth has led countries such as the United States and China to take extremely different approaches to protecting its investors from risks including fraud, lack of traceability, and unpredictable volatility. Undetectable and untraceable, the […]