Health Bill May Shut Out One-Sixth of Sick: CBO
The current version of the American Health Care Act might save $119 billion over 10 years, the CBO reports.
BD Stocks Feel Bite as DOL Fiduciary Deadline Nears
Meanwhile, financial analysts say Trump could bring broker-dealers, insurers and asset managers relief from some aspects of the reform package.
Trump Budget Would Increase College Costs, Loans for Many
It would do so primarily by the changes and cuts made to college loan programs and repayment plans.
Trump Budget Cuts SEC’s Tech Funding
Trump budget seeks to abolish agency's Reserve Fund, which was created by Dodd-Frank.
Prudential Aims to Improve Retirement Saving Hygiene
The company wants to see saving for retirement become as automatic as brushing teeth in the morning.
Senior Financial Abuse Prevention Bill Gets Texas Lawmakers' OK
The Financial Services Institute says it worked with Lone Star legislators on the new rules.
Oil Will Hit $70 Peak This Year: Raymond James Analyst
Longtime Raymond James energy analyst Pavel Molchanov talks to ThinkAdvisor about his top oil stock picks and whether President Trump can save the coal industry.
U.S. Firm Agrees to Acquire Fidelity & Guaranty Life
CF Corp., the buyer, will get some support from Blackstone and Fidelity National Financial.
FINRA Just Made It Easier for Family Offices to Buy IPOs
FINRA has clarified that family offices count as investment advisers when purchasing equity IPOs.
What Tech Traps Are Examiners Looking For?
Almost half of financial firms reported being examined by regulators in the last 12 months, according to Smarsh’s 2017 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey.