Liquid Asset Rules Chill Bond Market: SIFMA Witness
Another witness tells a House panel that low rates may be the real icemaker.
US Private Equity Remains Popular With Investors
Firms continued to deploy capital in the first half of the year, despite high multiples and scarce quality targets, PitchBook reports.
Sales of Universal Life With Long-Term Care Riders Grow
Milliman finds chronic illness riders are more popular with indexed universal life buyers.
CMS’ Health Premium Tax Credit Verification Programs Get Failing Grade From IRS
CMS can check the accuracy of payments to issuers, and that's about it, officials say.
ACLI Backs Wagner’s DOL Fiduciary Rule Replacement
Mark Halloran says the proposal would require agents to meet a '34 Act standard.
How Much Does a Data Breach Hurt a Company's Stock?
Study finds evidence of "breach fatigue" as more recent data breaches have less of an impact on stock performance.
Genworth, Suitor May Push Deal Deadline Back
China Oceanwide had hoped to complete the acquisition by Aug. 31.
Roubini: 4 ‘Unappealing’ Options for Central Banks in Next Recession
Nouriel Roubini says central banks in advanced economies will have no choice but to plumb the zero lower bound.
Vanguard Proposes Fund-Advisor Changes
The proposals were sent to the SEC on the same day the firm announced that CIO Tim Buckley would become CEO in January.
Fintech, Cybersecurity Among Key Risks to Banks: OCC
Technology intensifies the strategic and operational risks to banks, according to a report.