As a recognized thought leader in the financial services industry, Grant Thornton provides their clients with a variety of leading publications, including:
Currency is Grant Thornton's electronic newsletter for bank executives. It is published periodically and covers issues and trends in the financial institutions industry.
Financial Bulletin is a periodic publication that covers regulations and developments affecting the hedge fund, broker/dealer and mutual fund industries.
Asset ManagementAdviser, provides news and analysis from Grant Thornton’s Asset Management practice. Published periodically, this newsletter delivers timely and relevant thought leadership on key industry issues.
Banking & Securities Update
Banking & Securities Update provides brief updates on major audit, accounting, regulatory and tax issues for audit committees, management and boards of directors at banks and securities firms.
M&A Roundtable Discussions
Leaders from the investment banking, accounting and legal industries gathered at Bank Director magazine’s Acquire or be Acquired conference to participate in a series of roundtable discussions. The ensuing report provides insight on the critical issues affecting banks, the landscape for financial institutions in the coming year and plans for growth.
Grant Thornton’s periodic newsletter, Regulatory Update, is designed to highlight recent legislative and regulatory developments that may affect financial institutions.
SecuritiesAdviser addresses trends and legislation of the securities and commodities industry.
Bank Executive Survey
The Bank Executive Survey is in its 17th year and provides periodic analysis of banking industry trends, issues and concerns.
Financial reform series
The recently enacted Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Act) is changing the landscape for financial services firms and financial institutions. Although central elements of the Act focus on regulating the financial services sector, the legislation also includes provisions affecting every public company. Grant Thornton LLP has created this series to help the many firms — public companies, hedge funds, private equity funds and their advisers, mortgage banks, and securitization businesses — affected by the Act navigate new rules and determine what actions should be taken.
Beyond banks: New incentive compensation rules reach entire industry
On Feb. 7, 2011, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) proposed a number of regulations for implementing compensation provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act. The FDIC’s proposed regulations reach beyond banks and will affect a range of financial services firms, including broker-dealers and investment advisers. This white paper reviews the historical background leading up to the FDIC’s recent proposals, provides insight and analysis, and offers actions firms may take going forward.