Financial Advisor Performance Data Is Biased, Many Investors Say
Some investors compare advisor reports to a school report card written by the student, Phoenix Marketing says.
Novarica Finds a Sign Annuity Issuers Still Need You
The consulting firm says agent portals appear to be high-priority IT projects.
SEC Candidate Favors New Life Regulatory Strategy
Hester Peirce has suggested that a single-state approach might beat the current multi-state strategy.
SEC Charges Immigration Attorney With Defrauding EB-5 Investors: Enforcement
In other actions, a court orders insider trading defendant Believe Lin to pay nearly $7.3 million after finding him in contempt.
Four GOP Senators Spurn Health Plan Aimed at Unifying Party
Changes that could win over some senators could push others away.
Cigna Bets on Seniors, Employers for Future Without Anthem
One investor day attendee asked about the possibility of a deal with Humana.
5 Peeks at the Senate's Small-Group Health Proposal
The Better Care act draft puts the association health plan idea in a new wrapper.
SEC to Help Investors With Background Checks; Clayton Eying Choice Act Progress
A Choice Act provision giving new rights to defendants in SEC actions is expected to be popular.
3 Reasons Why Advisors Must Address Political Anxiety With Clients
A Hartford Funds survey finds that most advisors agree client anxiety led to poor investment decisions last year.
Victor Fetter Is Out at LPL; Former AmEx, eBay Exec Is In
The IBD taps Scott Seese for the CIO post in a move that one recruiter calls "a big deal."