Bank of America Granted Penalty Relief After SEC Compromise
The SEC has resolved an impasse over punishing Bank of America in a mortgage case, clearing the way for a $16.7 billion global settlement.
SEC Responds to Market Volatility by Ramping Up Bond-Fund Exams
Surging market volatility is making regulators increasingly concerned that bond funds have loaded up on hard-to-sell assets.
Ex-PIMCO Money Manager Accused Firm of ETF Manipulation
The manager accused PIMCO in a lawsuit last year of manipulating the price of its Total Return ETF, then withdrew his complaint without explanation.
Bogus Fees Found at 200 Private Equity Firms: Source
A majority of private-equity firms inflate fees and expenses charged to companies in which they hold stakes, according to an internal SEC review.
Will SEC Spend 5 More Years Mulling Fiduciary Rule?
The SEC said Monday that it would “continue to analyze” over the next five years whether to write a fiduciary rule for brokers.
Lawmakers: SEC Failed to Analyze Volcker Rule, Broke Federal Law
A congressional hearing on Wednesday focused on the unintended consequences of the Volcker Rule.
More Advisor Exams? Not Under This SEC Budget, Advocates Say
CFP Board, CFA and others say the SEC's pledge to examine more advisors will be tough to fulfill with only a $29 million increase.
Pension Advocates Blast Budget’s Premium Hike
“It is simply unacceptable that members of Congress of both parties...view pension plans as a piggy bank," American Benefits Council president says.
SEC, CFTC Enforcement: Knight Capital Fined $12M in Market Access Debacle
The CFTC got an acknowledgment from JPMorgan of fault in the London Whale case, while the SEC won one high-profile case and lost another.
Federal Agencies, Servicemembers Brace for Possible Shutdown
A First Command poll finds a majority of military members, who could face late paychecks, doubt lawmakers can avert a government shutdown.