The Wall Street Journal reported Standard & Poor’s wants to pull 17 lawsuits against the ratings service by state attorneys general into a single lawsuit in federal court.
WSJ said that in recent court filings from Connecticut to Colorado, lawyers for S&P contend that the 17 state-court suits should be removed from those courts because rating firms are regulated under U.S. securities laws.
The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association has been making major moves to address the subject of diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) within the equipment finance industry. Recently, the ELFA hosted its first annual Equity Forum, a two-day conference in Washington,... read more
The Convention that (Almost) Didn’t Happen The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s 61st Annual Convention was one that almost didn’t happen this year. Originally set to take place on Marco Island, FL, Hurricane Ian changed those plans and caused the... read more