On Wall Street, if You Earn More You Cheat More, Study Finds
More than a third of the highest paid financial professionals have firsthand knowledge of wrongdoing, and many say compensation plans incentivize lawbreaking, the study found.
SEC Reviewing 12b-1 Fees
The SEC is reviewing the entire spectrum of 12b-1 fees, the deputy exam director said Tuesday.
Reform Is Not Enough to Restore Trust in Wall St., Experts Say
Fiduciary advocate Knut Rostad, conservative think tank AEI and Wall Street lobbying group SIFMA discuss how to regain investor trust.
Hedge Fund Workers’ Shameful Secret: Rulebreaking
Many hedge fund professionals say they've not only seen misconduct in their own firms, but feel pressured to break the law.
Is Lying and Cheating Key to Success? Many Financial Professionals Say Yes
The law firm Labaton Sucharow releases the troubling results of a survey of 500 American and British financial services professionals on corporate ethics.
LIBOR Manipulation May Have Spanned Decades
Reports of decades-long LIBOR manipulation surfaced and a survey of Wall Street executives showed that many believe that misconduct is not just acceptable behavior, but a key to success.