Senate Votes to Torpedo FCC Broadband Privacy Rule
If the privacy rule is repealed, Verizon, Comcast and AT&T could continue tracking and sharing people’s browsing and app activity without permission.
Dodd-Frank ‘Should Be Looked at,’ SEC Nominee Clayton Says
Trump nominee tells Senate committee he has no “specific plans” for a Dodd-Frank attack and that mandated rules “should go forward.”
Labor Nominee Vows to Toe Trump Fiduciary Line
Criteria set out in Trump order “really regulates and determines the Department of Labor’s approach to the fiduciary rule,” R. Alexander Acosta told senators.
Texas Judge Denies Emergency Request to Block DOL Fiduciary Rule
The industry groups failed to satisfy four factors required to obtain an injunction pending appeal.
FINRA Seeks Broker-Dealer Comments on Its Programs
A special notice, part of the FINRA360 initiative, asks for feedback by May 5.
Mass. Securities Division Warns of iTunes Gift Card Scam
The alert comes as the IRS warns tax professionals and taxpayers of last-minute phishing email scams.
FINRA Hires Senior Advisor to CEO Cook
Nathaniel Stankard will provide advice on such issues as FINRA’s strategic review of its operations.
40 Democratic Lawmakers Call DOL Fiduciary Rule Delay ‘Careless’
On the last day of the comment period on the delay, lawmakers say the fiduciary rule review is "duplicative."
Trump Budget ‘Not a Budget,’ Think Tank Says
Trump's first "skinny" budget is even skinnier than many past presidents'.
Ex-Morgan, Wells Fargo Advisor Who Solicited Pro-Athlete Clients Barred by SEC
The advisor was also an NFL Players Association registered financial advisor.