Financial Regulatory Forum

Private placements and conflicts of interest: do consenting adults need more protection? – COLUMN

By Guest Contributor
May 16, 2011

By Helen Parry, Thomson Reuters Accelus regulatory intelligence expert. The views expressed are her own.

ANALYSIS-Goldman foe gets some revenge in reform bill

By Reuters Staff
June 29, 2010

By Matthew Goldstein

NEW YORK, June 28 (Reuters) – One of the sleeper provisions in the 2,000-page financial regulatory reform bill may be one that is no more than six paragraphs long.

Goldman Sachs making lemonade

April 27, 2010

Goldman Sachs has “a lot to answer for,” Sen. Carl Levin said ahead of a hearing that will focus on the role investment banks played in the financial crisis. Lawmakers have been pressing for more information ever since the SEC accused Goldman of fraud for its role in underwriting a controversial subprime security. Thomson Reuters’ WG&L Accounting & Compliance Alert looks at the issues.  Click here for more details.   (more…)

BREAKINGVIEWS-Neither Goldman nor Senate makes killer case

By Reuters Staff
April 26, 2010

By Antony Currie

– The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

Copy of shareholder suit against Goldman Sachs, Blankfein over Abacus

April 26, 2010
Goldman Sachs Group Inc <GS.N> and Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein were hit with a shareholder lawsuit claiming they hid key details about a risky transaction that resulted in civil fraud charges and a plummet in its stock price. Goldman Sachs Group Inc  and Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein were hit with a shareholder lawsuit claiming they hid key details about its Abacus transaction that resulted in civil fraud charges and a plummet in its stock price.  Here is a copy of the suit.

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Goldman Sachs profit tops forecast, UK opens probe

April 20, 2010

A security guard walks through Goldman Sachs lobby in New York   By Steve Eder and Steve Slater
   NEW YORK/LONDON, April 20 (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc <GS.N> said first-quarter earnings nearly doubled, and Britain’s financial regulator launched a formal probe related to civil fraud allegations against the Wall Street bank. (more…)