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OSFI issues final guideline on asset securitization

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has issued a final version of Guideline B-5: Asset Securitization (the Guideline), which sets out OSFI’s general expectations for asset securitization transactions undertaken by federally regulated insurance companies. The existing guideline … Continue reading

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Troubled Asset Relief Program – Update

As part of their continuing efforts to promote financial stability and restore the health of the economy, the United States Treasury has continued to develop new applications for the funds allocated to the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) established in … Continue reading

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[Ilya Somin] This Week, Supreme Court Will Hear an Important Case that Could Help Curb Asset Forfeiture Abuse

The case both addresses important legal issues, and could have substantial practical implications. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Timbs v. Indiana, an important property rights/asset forfeiture case. George Will recently published an excellent Washington Post … Continue reading

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SEC issues statement on digital asset securities issuance, investment and trading

On November 16, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) issued a statement on the application of federal securities laws to the issuance and trading of, and investment in, digital asset securities. While the statement encourages technological innovations that benefit … Continue reading

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How to Tell If You Are in a High Asset Divorce

A high asset divorce means high stakes for both sides during the division of property. The properties in a high asset divorce are both valuable and numerous, making the property assessment process more difficult. How do you identify whether you … Continue reading

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