AIG Shareholders Still Want a Nicer Bailout
Why would anyone call Paulson, Geithner and Bernanke to testify on Delaware’s corporate governance standards for reverse stock splits? There's something else going on here.
PIMCO’s Ivascyn to Challenge Gross With Unconstrained Fund
The new group CIO is about to go head to head with Bill Gross in the fastest-growing segment of fixed income: unconstrained funds.
9 Reasons Why Alan Greenspan Is Wrong About Everything
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan recently laid out nine reasons the economy stinks. Here’s why he’s wrong, according to New York Life’s John Kim.
Top Portfolio Products: Hartford Funds Launches Global Long/Short Fund
Meanwhile, Invesco introduces a fund focused on master limited partnerships.
BofA to Pay $16.65 Billion to End U.S. Mortgage Probes
The settlement, which includes $7 billion in consumer relief and a $5 billion penalty, is the harshest penalty yet related to the 2008 financial crisis.
SEC Enforcement: Smith & Wesson Fined $2 Million for Bribery
In more actions, a judge ordered Bank of America to pay $1.27 billion for a mortgage "hustle."
Top Portfolio Products: Incapital Launches Farmer Mac Notes Program
Meanwhile, a new partnership between PwC and Salesforce.com allows wealth managers to use the cloud for numerous functions.
Bob Rodriguez Warns of Fiscal Nightmare Unless GOP Takes Senate
FPA's Bob Rodriguez warns that America’s fiscal fuse is nearing its end unless U.S. voters stage a revolt in midterm elections.
More Than 1,000 Advisors Attending Morningstar Conference; Gross, Asness Highlight Speakers
Also, Rick Ferri will dialogue with Chris Brightman of Research Affiliates—beehive of smart beta—on alternative indexing: desirable for honey or dangerous for its sting?
Senators Vow More Work on Housing After Voting to Wind Down Fannie, Freddie
Members of the Senate Banking Committee said they’d keep working to overhaul the housing finance system after casting a narrow vote to advance the bill.