Wall Street, Not Waiting on Mnuchin, Readies Debt-Limit War Room
SIFMA hopes to do what it can to maintain stability.
Liquid Asset Rules Chill Bond Market: SIFMA Witness
Another witness tells a House panel that low rates may be the real icemaker.
Clara Shih: How to ‘Work Smarter’ on Social Media
“You can’t just post and post” on social media, Clara Shih says; going a little deeper can help “ensure that robo-advisors don’t take over.”
SIFMA Recommends Full-Market Close on MLK Day
The move would cover government securities, muni bonds and other products.
SIFMA Board Has New Leaders
The 2017 board includes executives with Janney Montgomery Scott, Charles Schwab and AllianceBernstein.
Mutual funds bash proposed FSOC oversight
Should mutual funds be designated as systemically important financial institutions?
SIFMA Roiled by Split Over DOL Fiduciary Suit by Wirehouses, Smaller Firms
Large broker-dealers favored compliance over fighting DOL; Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley said to have opposed court battle.
Wall Street splits with smaller firms over broker-rule lawsuit
Several banks opposed a lawsuit against the Department of Labor, saying it's time to focus on complying with the fiduciary rule.
Financial Industry, Social Media at ‘Pivot Point’: Twitter Exec
Advisors and broker-dealers need to expand their strategies to include mobile and video — and soon, says Dan Greenberg, a senior account executive at Twitter.
14 Midmarket BDs Form New Lobbying Group
Raymond James, Baird, Stifel and other members want to promote middle-market, regional firms through the American Securities Association.