Senior Financial Abuse Prevention Bill Gets Texas Lawmakers' OK
The Financial Services Institute says it worked with state legislators on the new rules.
Groups Appeal DOL Fiduciary Case in Texas
Five national co-plaintiffs and four groups in Lone Star State file to appeal Judge Lynn's decision to uphold the fiduciary rule.
White House Reporter Talks Trump, Tweeting and Trust
At FSI OneVoice, former ABC News reporter Ann Compton gives advisors a taste of the challenges and lessons of presidential power.
If DOL Fiduciary Gets Delayed, Seize the Moment: FSI’s Brown
The FSI chief says Trump's election gives it “once-in-a-generation opportunity” to push for more advisor- and client-friendly reforms.
‘No Going Back’ on Commissions, Fiduciary Changes, Broker-Dealer CEOs Say
At FSI OneVoice, execs say that, DOL rule or no DOL rule, commission-based business models are on their way out.
2 Types of ‘Currency’ That Help Women Succeed
At FSI conference, Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley discusses how women can rise and says the push for diversity shouldn’t be just "a bull-market phenomenon."
15 Firms, Including 3 Super OSJs, Join FSI
One of the new member firms is affiliated with LPL Financial, which is not part of the industry group itself.
Indie Advisors, Firms Create $48B in Economic Output: FSI Study
The advisors and their work also generate some 482,000 jobs, according to the Financial Services Institute.
LPL Says Assets Up in May, Clarifies FSI Departure News
The IBD's split from the lobbying group “was completely unrelated to the matter of dues,” it says.
LPL Expands D.C. Presence After Quitting FSI
The IBD opens office near the Capitol after ending its membership in the Financial Services Institute IBD advocacy group.