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On March 21, the SEC proposed rules that would require corporate issuers to include certain climate-related disclosures in their registration statements and periodic reports.
On March 30, the SEC proposed new rules and amendments to enhance disclosure and investor protection in initial public offerings by special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) and in business combination transactions involving shell companies, such as SPACs, and private operating companies.
On March 30, the SEC Division of Examinations announced its 2022 examination priorities, focusing on private funds, environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, retail investor protections, information security and operational resiliency, emerging technologies and crypto-assets.
Acting SEC Chair Commissioner Allison Herren Lee’s term as Commissioner expires in June of 2022, and she has notified President Biden she intends to step down from the Commission once her successor has been confirmed.
On March 10, the DOL announced it has become aware of firms marketing investments in cryptocurrencies to 401(k) plans and cautioned plan fiduciaries to exercise extreme care before they consider adding a cryptocurrency option to a 401(k) plan's investment menu.
On March 31, the SEC issued Staff Accounting Bulletin No. 121 expressing the views of the staff regarding the accounting for obligations to safeguard crypto-assets an entity holds for platform users.
On March 16, members of Congress delivered a letter to SEC Chair Gary Gensler asking him to help them understand how and why the SEC is soliciting information from private firms related to cryptocurrency and blockchain.
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