FINRA Ready to Provide ‘Technical’ Aid on Fiduciary Rule, Legal Chief Says
FINRA has a "good working relationship" with Labor and SEC and is ready to help with coordinating a rule, Chief Legal Officer Robert Colby says.
Advisor Charged With Stealing $9M From Elderly Woman’s Foundation: Enforcement
Meanwhile, a Massachusetts advisor is accused of steering clients into funds in which he had an interest.
Senate Banking Chairman Says Yellen Fed Too Slow to Raise Rates
Mike Crap said he wants to see the Fed change direction.
Trump Encourages Individual Health Effort as Bill Gains Support
The president said he's happy to see Alexander and Murray talking.
9 New 2018 Tax Numbers to Know
Here are IRS updates that will affect insurance, estate and annuity planning.
‘Fearless Girl’ Was Never a ‘Statement of Accomplishment’: State Street
Brie Williams of State Street, which commissioned the statue, discusses her firm's commitment to gender pay equity in the wake of a $5 million lawsuit.
Social Security Disability Appeals Piling Up Due to Lack of Funding: Senators
The SSDI hearing backlog has reached record high, with average wait time roughly 600 days, senators say.
Lamar Alexander Keeps the Individual Health Rescue Fight Alive
Today, he posted his bill, listed 11 Republican cosponsors, and told House Republicans they've already approved temporary ACA subsidy funding.
Orion Advisor Services Launches Free Peer-to-Peer Model Marketplace
Orion partnered with Russell Investments, BlackRock and CLS Investments on its new "Orion Communities."
Thrivent, DOL Anti-Arb Fiduciary Tussle Continues
Labor argues that there's no need for relief from the anti-arbitration provision because the rule will likely be delayed anyway.