Institute for Fiduciary Standard to Craft Best Practices
Vanguard founder John Bogle and Boston University School of Law professor Tamar Frankel will advise the institute’s new Best Practices Board.
SEC’s Lack of Fiduciary Action Is Hurting Investors, Advocates Warn
In a letter to the SEC, a coalition provides evidence that advice to retail investors under a suitability standard is harmful.
DOL Seen as First Mover on Fiduciary
The SEC will let the DOL move first in releasing its fiduciary redraft, which the DOL said won’t come until August, two industry officials predicted.
80 Years of Fiduciary in 15 Minutes: TDAI Fiduciary Summit
A tall order given to Rutgers University law professor Arthur Laby.
While Actavis (ACT) narrowed its 2013 guidance expectations in the wake of an unexpected Concerta approval, the company is still poised to post close to 30% EPS growth and potentially double-digit annual EPS growth through 2016.
The Jaws of Defeat
Taking time out over the holidays to reflect on the past year has become one of my favorite exercises.
SEC Will Pursue Fiduciary Rule in 2013
The agency’s just-released 2012 Financial Report states that it will move forward with its uniform fiduciary standard rule as well as “continue to assess” ways to better harmonize advisor and BD rules.
Obama Names SEC’s Walter as Schapiro’s Replacement
While Elisse Walter, an SEC commissioner, was selected by President Obama to succeed Schapiro, industry officials speculated that Walter will serve as an acting chairman until the president selects a permanent chairman at a later date.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty Most Common FINRA Complaint
While attending the last in a series of events to celebrate what the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard christened as Fiduciary September, one comment stood out: The No. 1 compliant in FINRA arbitration cases is breach of fiduciary duty.
Vanguard Founder John Bogle on Restructuring the Retirement System
John Bogle is still as “no-nonsense” as ever at 83.