NAPA’s Deep Reservations About DOL’s Broker Rules
NAPA says it opposes any regulation that would hamper an advisor's ability to help retiring clients shift their savings to an IRA.
TD Ameritrade Taps Bank CFO to Replace Gerber
Steve Boyle, who has worked for the firm’s affiliate since 1997, will take over in October.
Value Investors’ Inconvenient Truth: They Lose to S&P 500
Value shop Research Affiliates argues that, ironically, “value investors are supplying a premium to other market participants rather than collecting one.”
RIA Rolls Out Uber-Like App
The mobile financial planning tool is intended to help clients 24/7 — an anti-robo-advisor of sorts.
Up Your Risk, Ladies: Delaware Investments
Research from Delaware Investments makes the case that women should consider having more exposure to equities and take on more risk.
Bernanke: Low Rates Are the Long-Term Trend
The Fed has not distorted markets or kept them artificially low, the former Fed chairman writes in his new blog for the Brookings Institution.
Hedge Fund Standards Board Proposes Fuller Disclosure for Investors
The Hedge Fund Standards Board has proposed three changes to current standards to help investors assess conflicts of interest as part of their due diligence.
Crowdfunding Makes Rapid Gains With Accredited Investors
Investment in and access to private equity via crowdfunding are accelerating, thanks to new rules issued by the SEC under the JOBS Act.
Distressed Debt Maven Lynn Tilton Charged With Fraud by SEC
Tilton and her firm, Patriarch Partners, hid poor loan performance from investors and collected almost $200 million in fees from CLO funds, SEC says.
10 Worst States for Retirement: 2015
Weather, crime and taxes make some places less desirable than others.