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April 11 - Statement: Government Settlement With Goldman Sachs Is No Real Punishment
April 5 - Statement: Fiduciary Rule Would Stop Financial Advisers From Misleading Americans Saving for Retirement
March 30 - Statement: Disappointing Ruling: U.S. District Court Removes MetLife’s Too-Big-To-Fail Label
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July 15 - Financial Services Conflict of Interest Act: Outlining the Need for Increased Revolving-Door and Reverse Revolving-Door Legislation
January 25 - Continued Concerns With HSBC: Giant Bank Has Been Involved in Several Legal Investigations Since Signing Deferred Prosecution Agreement
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