Articles by Susan Antilla on theintercept.com
The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act threatens to undo many of the safeguards enacted by the Dodd-Frank financial reform law.
In Jay Clayton, Wall Street firms have a regulator who likes to dole out disclosure exemptions and slaps on the wrist.
Amid the mass revelations of sexual abuse in the workplace, the notorious financial sector has been noticeably unscathed. A new report could explain why.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has become a fast-moving agency that actually chalks up wins for average Americans. Republicans have sworn to kill it.
The fiduciary rule, designed to protect investors from predatory advisers, went in effect on June 9. Now the financial industry aims to kill it.