50 Best Places to Work: Glassdoor Report
Career website Glassdoor Inc. released its annual report on the best places to work based on employees’ anonymously submitted reviews.
Trump Pick for DOL Chief Said to Be Andrew Puzder
The fast-food CEO is a sharp critic of Obama’s regulations and could roll back efforts to expand corporate liability and raise worker wages.
Why Advisors Should Pay Attention to Social Security and Medicare Reform Plans
President-elect Donald Trump has pledged no changes to Social Security and Medicare, but his pick for HHS doesn't necessarily agree.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Harming Investors Via 'Orphaned' 401(k)s: ICI's Blass
Under the Trump administration, SEC is likely to place a “heavy emphasis on capital formation,” said the policy director of Americans for Financial Reform.
Enforcement Director Ceresney to Leave SEC
During Andrew Ceresney’s nearly four years as enforcement director, the SEC filed more than 2,850 enforcement actions.
Advisors Diversify Portfolios as Higher Volatility Looms: Natixis
Strategic beta use has doubled in the past three years, Natxis found in a review of advisors' portfolios.
Raymond James Grabs More Wells Fargo Reps: Recruiting Roundup
Also, Delaware Investments names its next head of equities, who will lead nine U.S.-based equity investment teams.
4 Advocacy Issues SIFMA Will Tackle in 2017
SIFMA will continue to advocate for an SEC fiduciary standard in the new year.
Steady as She Goes for REITs in 2017
Fitch Ratings anticipates good property fundamentals and consistent leverage profiles to work in REITs’ favor during the coming year.
Wells Fargo to Pay $1M FINRA Fine Over Client Reports
Some 5 million-plus documents were not reviewed adequately, FINRA says, especially regarding client holdings outside of the bank.