July 21, 2010

President Obama Poised to Sign Financial Reforms into Law

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  • Using Solicitors to Attract Clients Rule 206(4)-3 under the Investment Advisors Act establishes requirements governing cash payments to solicitors. The rule permits payment of cash referral fees to individuals and companies recommending clients to an RIA, but requires four conditions are first satisfied.
  • Books and Records Rule Thorough and complete books and records enable RIAs to demonstrate that they have fulfilled their fiduciary obligations to clients and complied with applicable rules and regulations.
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Senate Passes Landmark Financial Services Reform Bill

July 16, 2010 - By MELANIE WADDELL

The Senate passed Thursday, July 15, the massive 2,300-page financial services reform bill; the bill now goes to President Obama for his signature, which is expected in the coming days. ...

Impact of Financial Reform Bill on Advisors, Broker/Dealers and Banks

July 15, 2010 - By JANET P. LEVAUX

While it isn't an updated version of Glass-Steagall, the financial services reform legislation the Senate passed, 60-39, on July 15, is poised to have a variety of impacts on the large banks employing wirehouse advisors, as well as on broker/dealers....

In Financial Reform Bill, Marketplace Winners and Losers

July 15, 2010 - By JOYCE HANSON

Early market reaction to the financial services reform bill, which the Senate passed, 60-39, on Thursday, July 15....

Financial Reform Over the Decades: A Timeline

July 15, 2010 - By KENNETH SILBER

The financial services reform legislation, which the Senate passed, 60-39, on Thursday, July 15, is the latest in a century-spanning series of efforts to revamp financial and securities activities through regulation. ...

Passage of Reform Bill Brings Quick Response

July 16, 2010 - By MELANIE WADDELL

Financial Planning Coalition awaits SEC study on fiduciary standard for brokers and GAO study on regulation of financial planners....

SEC Plan for Bifurcated Form ADV Part 2 Is Balked at by State Regulators

July 14, 2010 - By MELANIE WADDELL

The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) is objecting to the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) upcoming staff recommendation to adopt a version of Form ADV Part 2. ...

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