SIFMA Chief Gregg Steps Down
Former Sen. Judd Gregg cites “personal need to spend less time commuting to Washington from New Hampshire and slowing a hectic schedule."
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.
SIFMA and Main Street Take Center Stage: Chet Helck's Legacy?
The Raymond James executive and SIFMA chairman's initiative on restoring investor trust couldn't be more important for Wall Street as well as investors.
Senate Agrees on Debt Deal, as SIFMA Chief Blasts GOP and Obama for Woes
"There is significant damage to the Republican brand in its willingness to be a party of fiscal destruction," says SIFMA CEO Judd Gregg, a former senator.
SIFMA’s Gregg: Debt Ceiling Compromise in the Works
Former Sen. Gregg and other observers see the president and GOP striking a "mini-grand bargain" that includes entitlement and tax reform.
In a Watershed Year for Fiduciary Standard, Reviewing the Arguments
At the start of Fiduciary September, a reminder on what’s at stake for advisors and investors. Is it time for a feistier fiduciary standard?
SIFMA Names Former Sen. Gregg as CEO
SIFMA announced Monday that former Sen. Judd Gregg has been appointed CEO and that Ken Bentsen, acting president and CEO, is now president.
President Romney’s Cabinet: Who Would He Choose?
If Gov. Romney wins the election, his Cabinet will take a very different direction on economic policy than Obama’s. Here are some of the choices to head those key posts.
SEC Charges Wyly Brothers With $550 Million Fraud
Sam and Charles Wyly, Dallas billionaire investors known for their support of conservative candidates, made $550 million in undisclosed profits through 13 years of insider trading, according to a SEC lawsuit filed Thursday, July 29.
Bernanke Gets a Second Term
After heated debate, Senate confirms Bernanke as Fed Chair