Lawmakers are expected to take a stronger stance on antitrust practices from big tech companies. Could that spell opportunity for acquirers?
The SEC is considering updates to its filing documents that could require private equity firms to disclose more information to the agency, changes to its SPAC policy, and more.
The SEC is exploring options to raise reporting requirements for private equity advisors, the Fed will keep its easy money policy in place, and the White House continues infrastructure talks.
A draft bill would remove protections for SPACs, the Fed warns of leveraged loan risk, and lawmakers barter over an infrastructure spending bill.
A high-ranking member of the Fed quelled inflation fears, the House will hold a SPAC hearing, and the SEC's next Government-Business Forum will focus on small and emerging funds.
The Fed holds interest rates despite overheating signs, Treasury Secretary Yellen withdraws comments on fiscal policy, and research supports PE-backed hospitals.
Biden unveils capital gains tax hike, an FDIC report touts PE's role after the 2008 financial crisis, and the SEC will discuss how to improve capital access for underrepresented investors.
Gensler is sworn in to lead the SEC, a former PE investor appointed to the Treasury's new climate post, and the federal government offers cash to investors mitigating climate change.
The SEC will have a new leader, an SEC official issues SPAC warning, and a lawmaker publishes thoughts on private equity's role in health care.
The multibillion-dollar collapse of a family office last week draws regulatory scrutiny, and a coalition of industry groups will begin pressuring Congress to break up Amazon.