DOL Seen as First Mover on Fiduciary
The SEC will let the DOL move first in releasing its fiduciary redraft, which the DOL said won’t come until August, two industry officials predicted.
DOL to Be First Mover on Fiduciary, Industry Watchers Say
DOL’s rule will be a “stronger rule,” and it will “bolster” the SEC’s rule, an AARP lobbyist told ThinkAdvisor.
DOL Fiduciary Redraft Likely Out by May
A proposed regulation of the DOL's fiduciary rule could be out by April or May, said Brian Graff, executive director of ASPPA and NAPA.
Beware a Fiduciary ‘Wild West’: ASPPA Chief
ASPPA CEO Brian Graff lays out two hot issues to watch: DOL's coming fiduciary proposal and the growing specter of state-run retirement plans.
DOL Provides ERISA Guidance for Same-Sex Couples
DOL announced new guidance interpreting the Supreme Court’s decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act and its impact on ERISA.
DOL Slams ING Life and Annuity With $5.2M Fine
The company was fined over its failure to disclose investment gains achieved when it failed to process requested transactions in a timely manner.
The Morning After…
Now that the election is over, how can we move the ball forward—for your businesses and your clients—during the coming months and weeks?
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.
Borzi on the Hot Seat, Again
Phyllis Borzi is once again feeling heat—this time from House Democrats—over her insistence on including individual retirement accounts (IRAs) in the Department of Labor’s reproposed fiduciary rule.
Several recent elections in Europe were seen as a referendum on fiscal austerity (and fiscal discipline) and their results were presented as a mood shift in favor of more government spending and economic stimulus.