Found 2 article(s) for author 'Citizens United v. FEC'

SEC’s Non-Decision Decision on Corporate Political Activity a Policy and Political Mistake

SEC’s Non-Decision Decision on Corporate Political Activity a Policy and Political Mistake. John Coates, December 13, 2013, Opinion. “The SEC’s recent decision to take disclosure of political activities off the SEC’s agenda is a policy mistake, as it ignores the best research on the point, described below, and perpetuates a key loophole in the investor-relevant disclosure rules, allowing large companies to omit material information about the politically inflected risks they run with other people’s money. It is also a political mistake, as it repudiates the 600,000+ investors who have written to the SEC personally to ask it to adopt a rule requiring…Link verified March 28, 2014

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The SEC Delays its Consideration of Rules Requiring Disclosure of Corporate Political Spending

The SEC Delays its Consideration of Rules Requiring Disclosure of Corporate Political Spending. Lucian Bebchuk, December 2, 2013, Opinion. “Last week the Securities and Exchange Commission released its regulatory agenda, and this agenda no longer includes rules requiring public companies to disclose their spending on politics. The agenda now includes only overdue rules that the SEC is required to develop under Dodd-Frank and the JOBS Act. While we are disappointed by the SEC’s decision to delay its consideration of rules requiring disclosure of corporate political spending, we hope that the SEC will consider such rules as soon…” Link verified April 3, 2014

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