Wells Fargo Must Rehire Fake-Accounts Whistleblower, Pay $577K
Department of Labor made the decision Friday, when private info on 50,000 clients and advisors was released.
Wells Fargo Shares Private Info on 50,000 Clients and Advisors: Report
The data breach includes clients' portfolio and asset information, as well as FA compensation and client lists, according to The New York Times.
Senate Parliamentarian Zaps Some Better Care Bill Provisions
Reviews of the association health plan and essential health benefits waiver proposals are still in progress.
Under Attack by GOP, Former CBO Heads Ask for Agency Respect
The White House recently posted a video bashing the agency on YouTube.
Morningstar, MMI Launch Sustainable Investing Initiative
The program is focused on educating financial advisors about ESG investments because an increasing number of clients are demanding them.
GOP Plans Health Vote With `No Idea' Which Bill It'll Consider
Most Republicans say they would like to get to ‘yes.’
UBS Announces Strategic Partnership With iCapital: Tech Roundup
Earlier this month, UBS announced that it has invested an undisclosed amount in online alternatives platform iCapital.
Experts Disagree on Role for Regulators in Cryptocurrency
ICOs are an increasingly popular way to fund cryptocurrency projects, but they're raising concerns among everyone from technologists to lawyers in addressing regulations.
New White House Comm Chief Scaramucci Supports Trump's Tweets
“He’ll use social media ... it's very important for him to express his identity,” said Scaramucci.
For Wealthy Pre-Retirees, What Beats Financial Security?
Affluent retirees shun traditional asset allocation guidance to reduce equities with age.