Prudential Is Said to Plot Its Escape From Fed's Tough Oversight
An insurer needs Mnuchin and at least six other FSOC members to break free.
DFA Announces Second Leadership Shakeup This Year
Co-CEO Eduardo Repetto is leaving; current co-CIO Gerard O'Reilly will replaces him in September.
Plaintiffs Win Decade-Long Tibble v. Edison Case Over 401(k) Fund Fees
With Wednesday's ruling, "the employees and retirees move one step closer to a final judgment and damages awarded," says plaintiffs' attorney Schlichter.
Wealthy Women Prepping for Wealth Transfer
A recent report by RBC Wealth Management looks at how high-net-worth women approach building, preserving and transferring wealth.
Will Congress Wrap Group Health in a 50-State Crazy Quilt?
A benefits lawyer argues that well-intentioned flexibility efforts could drive up employer costs.
Altegris, Artivest Partnering to Expand Alts Distribution
Altegris announced Thursday that it is expanding access to its alternative investment funds for RIAs by partnering with tech platform Artivest.
Alex. Brown Appoints New Exec For Los Angeles Office
The L.A. regional executive position is a new one for Alex. Brown.
Raymond James Nabs $300M Wells Fargo Team
Three advisors from Wells Fargo recently joined the Raymond James office in Rochester, New York.
Household Debt Rises to Record $12.8 Trillion: NY Fed
The second-quarter New York Fed report also highlighted an increase in newly delinquent credit card debt.
Investors ‘Wary and Anxious’ Despite Market Rally
The latest results of Eaton Vance’s top-of-mind survey are “more uncertain that we’ve seen” in the past, John Moninger says.