Trump's Treasury Pick Has a $230 Million Blemish on His Record
Soon after Steve Mnuchin sold OneWest Bank last year, problems emerged that may tarnish his record there.
Wells Fargo Scandal Hits Prudential as Whistleblowers Sue
Bankers signed up "unaware" clients for policies, according to plaintiffs; workers with insurer’s investigations division claim abuses were ignored.
Reps Fired by Wells Fargo Asked to Call FINRA
FINRA is investigating whether the U5 forms of several hundred employees "contained inaccurate or incomplete comments related to the reason for the termination."
U.S. Limits on Wall Street Bonuses Appear Doomed Ahead of Trump
Obscure regulator of credit unions said to be hurdle for rules; new restrictions clash with Trump pledge to rip up Dodd-Frank.
Raymond James Grabs More Wells Fargo Reps: Recruiting Roundup
Also, Delaware Investments names its next head of equities, who will lead nine U.S.-based equity investment teams.
Wells Fargo to Pay $1M FINRA Fine Over Client Reports
Some 5 million-plus documents were not reviewed adequately, FINRA says, especially regarding client holdings outside of the bank.
Moody’s Turns Negative on Outlook for Global Asset Managers
Business conditions for asset managers are at an "all-time low," says Moody’s Managing Director Marc Pinto.
CANNEX Brings Greater Transparency to Annuity Market: Top Portfolio Products
In other product news, Invesco and iShares expand their ETF lineups.
Why RIAs and IBDs Favor ETFs Over Actively Managed Funds 4 to 1
The increased flows into ETFs are due to many factors including the DOL fiduciary rule.
Wells Fargo to Keep Commission-Based Retirement Accounts
The bank outlines steps being taken to support "client choice" under the DOL fiduciary rule.