Regulators Issue Joint Investor Bulletin During World Investor Week
Securities regulators on six continents are participating in the investor education and protection event.
Lawmaker Pushes for ‘Care Corps’ to Help Elderly
At Genworth's Long-Term Care Symposium, Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham attempted to "jumpstart" her bill as the insurer reported some scary numbers for retirees.
The White House and Equifax Agree: Social Security Numbers Should Go
The Trump administration is exploring ways to replace the use of Social Security numbers for identification in the wake of the Equifax breach.
SEC ‘Working on’ Fiduciary Rule, Concerned About State Laws: Clayton
SEC and DOL "can cooperate and get there, I believe" on a fiduicary rulemaking, Clayton told lawmakers. "The devil is in the details."
‘Meaningful Changes’ to CFP Standards Proposal May Come Soon: Aikin
The head of the board of directors of the CFP Board said those changes could be decided at its November meeting.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Delay Likely to Be Challenged in Court
Stay or delay? Consumer advocates say Labor actually wants to stay the rule, which it may not have the authority to do.
Fidelity Institutional Names Durbin President
Michael Durbin is now in charge of clearing, custody, trading and other programs for RIAs, BDs and related institutions.
‘You Should Be Fired’: Sen. Warren Rips Wells Fargo CEO
“At best you were incompetent, at worst you were complicit,” Warren said to CEO Timothy Sloan, who was testifying before the Senate.
FPA, CFP Board Formalize Their Collaboration
The stronger collaboration is designed to benefit the organizations, the financial planning profession and the public.
Follow the RMD and Your Clients Won’t Go Broke in Retirement
Craig Israelson, executive-in-residence at Utah Valley University's financial planning program, offered up advice at the FPA annual conference.