Rep. Wagner to Introduce Bill Repealing DOL Fiduciary Rule by Sept. 30
The move comes as SEC Chairman Clayton is set to testify before the House Financial Services Committee in early October.
Freedom Caucus Members Frustrated With GOP Leaders on Agenda
Mark Meadows sees lack of movement on the Affordable Care Act as a source of ugliness.
Bradley Out at TD Ameritrade, Scottrade Exec In
Tom Bradley, who built TD Ameritrade's RIA business, was not picked to lead the merged firm's retail distribution.
FPA Names 3 Diversity Scholarship Winners
The awards will allow two CFPs and one Ph.D. candidate to attend the group's yearly conference in Nashville.
How to Help Clients Plan for Natural Disasters
While hurricanes and wildfires are top of mind, now is the time to discuss potentially catastrophic events with clients.
RBC Wealth, Raymond James Launch Efforts to Boost Female Advisors
Videos and a publication aim to support existing women reps and add to their numbers, which are roughly 16% of the full US advisor force.
DoubleLine Hires Exec for Latin America; Ariel Elects New Board Member
Joel Peña, a former Pimco and Robeco employee, has a new role, as does Heather Tookes of Yale's School of Management.
Gary Cohn Would Do ‘Great Job’ as Fed Chairman: Blankfein
“If Gary got the job, I think he would do a different job but a great job,” Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein says.
Merrill Exec Gets ‘Cease and Desist’ in Biggest Customer Protection Case Ever
The SEC found the executive negligent; Merrill was fined $415 million over leveraged conversion trades involving investors’ cash.
10 Best & Worst Countries to Live and Work In, According to Expats
The U.S. and U.K. are tumbling in a ranking by 13,000 expatriates of 166 nationalities.