Optimism About US Economic Growth at 13-Year High: AICPA
The poll found that optimism about the 12-month outlook for the U.S. economy had risen to 69% from 62% in the fourth quarter.
How the American Public Feels About Financial Regulation
Pew Research finds Americans deeply split and their opinions firmly entrenched.
Private Equity Robust in 2016, American Investment Council Says
The industry is "poised for more acquisitions in 2017," the group says.
Hedge Funds Accede to Demands for New Fee Structures
Nearly three-quarters of hedge fund managers in a recent survey said they were implementing new fee structures, Citco and HFM Global reported.
ETFs Surge Past Hedge Funds in Assets
Disaffected investors pose fundraising challenge for hedge funds this year, ETFGI reports.
CFPB Unknown and Fighting for Its Life
More than 80% of Americans know very little about the CFPB, according to a CreditCards.com survey.
Democrats and Republicans Alike Worry About Retirement Security
A majority of Americans say pensions are better for retirement security than 401(k) plans, NIRS found in a survey.
IRS’ ‘Dirty Dozen’: 12 Tax Fraud Schemes to Avoid
Scammers target the mighty and the lowly, especially during tax season.
Hedge Fund Investor Disaffection Continues in 2017: Preqin
Twice as many investors intend to reduce their hedge fund exposure as are looking to increase it, Preqin reported.
Wealth Managers Lag in Strengthening Digital Capabilities: PwC
“This industry is not thinking as agilely around technology and disruption as it should,” PwC says.