SEC Halts Senior Assisted Living Muni Scam
A South Carolina businessman was charged in fraudulent bond offerings for senior care facilities in Georgia and Alabama.
Trump Pledges to Cut Regulations by 75%, Will Face Hiccups in Congress
Trump can "undermine" Dodd-Frank through "more lenient regulation and enforcement," Andy Friedman notes.
Sustainable and Impact Investing in U.S. Surges by 33%: Report
Investors are demanding more consideration of environmental, social and governance factors, US SIF reports.
Active Management Isn't Dead but It Is Evolving: Vanguard's Tom Rampulla
The managing director of Vanguard Financial Advisor Services makes the case for low-cost actively managed funds.
Fidelity RIA Chief to Be HD Vest CEO
Bob Oros is leaving the clearing and custody post to lead the group of 4,500 indie advisors.
Top 15 Countries for U.S. Expats to Thrive
Living abroad helps expats more rapidly meet their long-term financial goals, HSBC says.
Kitces to Advisors: Don’t Fear Robos
Technology, not robo-advisors per se, is transforming the advisory business, says industry blogger and wealth manager Michael Kitces.
Nontransparent ETFs Could Be Game Changer for Fund Market
PwC's Nigel Bradshaw says SEC approval of nontransparent ETFs could open a "whole new market for the industry."
FINRA Seeks Comment on BD Blockchain Implementation
FINRA issued a report on Wednesday examining the uses and implications of distributed ledger technology in the securities industry.
Trump Inaugural Speech Ignites Fear of Trade War
The fears offset some of the “pro-growth” optimism that has already rallied stocks.