Bill to Delay DOL Fiduciary Rulemaking Is Revived
Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Mo., has reintroduced a bill to force the DOL to wait until the SEC makes its own fiduciary rule.
‘New Round’ of Fiduciary Feedback May Be Needed: SEC Markets Chief
Development of a list of fiduciary rulemaking possibilities "is still in process,” SEC's Stephen Luparello said.
Advisors Brace for More Exams in 2014; DOL ‘Game Changer’ on Horizon
Some industry officials question whether the SEC can deliver on its promise to boost the number of advisor exams in the new year.
SIFMA Launches Investor First Initiative; CEO Gregg Says SEC Should Go First on Fiduciary
The “Our Partnership with You” initiative is designed to help investors “get the most” out of their relationship with their advisor.
The Latest, Most Outrageous Attempt to Neuter Dodd-Frank
When you look at its provisions and assumptions, you've got to wonder how SIFMA got Rep. Wagner to get HR 2374 passed by the House.
Senate Banking Aide: Committee Has ‘No Interest’ in Bill to Block Fiduciary Rules
Wagner bill passes House, but Senate Banking's Johnson says he won't focus on any bill "the president clearly has no interest in signing."
DOL’s Borzi: Fiduciary Redraft Could Advance by Year End
“We are coming very close to finishing our work” on the reproposed rule, said DOL's Borzi.
Bill to Kill Fiduciary Rules by SEC, DOL Heads for House Vote
The Retail Investor Protection Act may even pass the Senate, said an industry official, “especially if it gets strong bipartisan support in the House.”
Fiduciary Stumbling Blocks Surface
Several potential stumbling blocks have surfaced in the past couple of months that could stymie—or outright derail—release of fiduciary rules by the SEC and DOL.
DOL Fiduciary Redraft Has ‘Left the Station’
The confirmation of Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez as the new secretary for the Department of Labor on Thursday will not hinder the DOL’s release of its fiduciary reproposal, which the department says will come in October.