Turmoil in the financial markets has led to increased scrutiny of the underlying causes for the economic collapse and raised many questions about liability. Investors are searching for valid causes of action in an effort to recover the losses they have suffered. And financial institutions are being faced with defending many of their practices, even though those practices were established within legal boundaries. How is all of this playing out in the courts and in securities arbitration? This valuable course book and audio CD set provides information on seeking recovery in the Ponzi Scheme case, prosecuting and defending bear market suitability claims, the crisis in the Fixed Income Market and the failures of rating agencies as well as an analysis of the new FINRA Code of Arbitration and FINRA Pilot Programs.
Summary of Contents:
Litigation Landscape of Ponzi Schemes | Prosecuting and Defending Bear Market Suitability Claims | The Legal Aftermath of the Credit Rating Agenciesí Failure | Code Changes and Pilot Programs: Whatís New At FINRA?.
Number of Pages: 170