Savers Oppose Eliminating 401(k) Tax Incentives: ICI
"Tax-favored savings are an extremely important underpinning of the successful 401(k) system," says ICI's Stevens.
Judge Denies Request to Halt Thrivent DOL Fiduciary Case
The court “agrees with Plaintiff that a stay is not warranted at this time,” District Court judge says.
Sen. Warren Pushes Mnuchin to Investigate Scaramucci Over Russian Talks
Warren says that Scaramucci talks dealt with potential business with head of a Russian entity subject to sanctions by Treasury.
AACF's Banks Joins White House as Senior Advisor on Energy, Environment
Former CIA analyst George David Banks is now special assistant to Trump and the senior director for international energy and environment.
SEC Issues No-Action Letter on Advisors’ ‘Imputed Custody’
Letter is a “significant development that should bring much-needed clarity” to advisors, said IAA’s Grossman.
SEC to Host Crowdfunding Symposium
Regulators, practitioners and academics will discuss protecting investors while facilitating capital formation.
OMB Looks Ready to OK Delay of Fiduciary Rule
A delay of the rule's implementation could become effective as early as this week, regulatory watchers say.
Risi Elected to Vanguard Charitable Board
The national donor-advised fund, with nearly $6.5 billion in grants to charities, is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
What Will New Financial Choice Act Look Like?
A memo from Rep. Jeb Hensarling is full of changes to his sweeping financial bill, but industry insiders see a tough sell in the Senate.
DOJ Files to Halt Thrivent Case Against DOL Fiduciary Rule
Meanwhile, Judge Daniel Crabtree, in the case brought in Kansas, denied Market Synergy's motion for summary judgment.