GOP Thwarts Rep. Waters’ Effort to Add User-Fees Bill to Dodd-Frank Package
GOP lawmakers blocked the user-fees bill aimed for the Dodd-Frank rollback package that passed the House on Wednesday.
Why Did the CFP Board Hire Camarda Litigator as General Counsel?
The departure from the CFP Board of Michael Shaw and the hiring of Leo Rydzewski as the Board's first general counsel sends some dispiriting messages.
New Hire Roundup: Morningstar Shuffles Leadership
Meanwhile, the SEC has appointed a new equity market structure committee, which includes FINRA CEO Richard Ketchum.
Illinois OKs Roth IRA-Style Retirement Plan
ASPPA applauds the law, which will require employers with 25 or more workers to offer private retirement plans or use the state program.
Gross Says PIMCO Fired Him, Turned Down Offer for Reduced Role
The fixed-income expert, now with Janus, said the firing "blindsided" him.
Ritholtz: How Good Was Bill Gross?
Have the media misrepresented Bill Gross' PIMCO track record? Barry Ritholtz “sets the record straight.”
8 Oddest Enforcement Cases of 2014
Office equipment trafficking, a broker who gave client money to charity and more offbeat cases from the SEC and other regulators.
How OPEC Weaponized the Price of Oil Against U.S. Drillers
If there ever was doubt about the strategy of OPEC, its wealthiest members are putting that issue to rest.
Gross’s New Janus Fund Got $700M From His Advisor’s Brokerage
Bill Gross may be getting the ultimate vote of confidence from none other than Bill Gross.
House Dems Defeat GOP Dodd-Frank Rollback Efforts
The House was set to consider an 11-bill legislative package, the Promoting Job Creation and Reducing Small Business Burdens Act.