DOL Fiduciary Rule Is on the Docket
The industry was bracing itself in mid-September for the first decision in the string of lawsuits against the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule.
Mary Jo White's Swan Songs Off Key, Critics Say
Several SEC rulemakings are up in the air as Mary Jo White's term as head of the agency nears its end.
Clinton, Trump Economic Advisors Spar in Debate
Obamacare “is a true catastrophe,” Trump advisor Moore said, while Clinton advisor Sperling argued the country’s problems stem “from the financial crisis.”
SEC Names Norberg Whistleblower Office Chief
Jane Norberg was named as the new chief for the SEC's Office of the Whistleblower, which she helped set up in 2011.
Bill to Kill Dodd-Frank, DOL Rule May Get Vote After Election: Hensarling
At SIFMA conference, House Financial Services chair says Donald Trump supports CHOICE Act, which would also kill DOL’s fiduciary rule.
SEC Advancing Third-Party Exam, Fiduciary Rule Plans
SEC chief White said agency is looking at staff recommendations on a rule to require “independent compliance reviews.”
Andy Friedman: Is Clinton or Trump Better for Economy?
The economic impact of a Clinton or Trump presidency are weighed by Andy Friedman of Washington Update.
Ex-New York Governor, Music Producer Caught in SEC Action
Three executives were charged with defrauding investors in a purported project to construct the largest movie studio in North America.
‘Hit Pause’ on DOL Fiduciary Rule, Insurer’s Lawyers Urge Federal Judge
Lawyers representing insurer Market Synergy told a Kansas judge that DOL failed to prove that state-based regulation of fixed-indexed annuities is broken.
‘Obscene Cuts’ to Medicaid Would Impact LTC: Sen. Casey
At Genworth LTC symposium, experts say both private and public sector products are needed for effective LTC solutions.