SEC's White: Fiduciary Rule Important, but Dodd-Frank, JOBS Mandates Come First
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairwoman Mary Jo White said in September that she has asked the SEC to place a “high priority” on its fiduciary rulemaking options list.
SEC’s White: Fiduciary Rule Important, but Dodd-Frank, JOBS Mandates Come First
Chairwoman Mary Jo White told senators Tuesday that a fiduciary options list is a "high priority," but legally mandated rulemakings must take precedence.
As Student Debt Hits $1.2 Trillion, Senate to Debate Loan Refinancing Bill
The Senate will debate next week a bill from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to allow students to refinance their loans.
Changes Afoot in Washington Well Ahead of Midterm Elections
"It’s virtually certain that Republicans will retain control of the House — and now are within striking distance of taking the Senate,” says strategist Valliere.
Members of ‘Gang of Six’ Warn About Fiscal Cliff at SIFMA Conference
At SIFMA’s annual meeting, Sens. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., and Mark Warner, D-Va., discussed the fiscal cliff and America’s future competitiveness in the global marketplace.
Sen. Schumer: ‘Scrap’ Simpson-Bowles in Fiscal Cliff Talks, Raise Top Tax Rates
Schumer says “old style” tax reform is now obsolete because there are two new conditions that exist today that didn’t exist when the Tax Reform Act of 1986 was passed: “a much larger, more dangerous deficit, and a dramatic increase in income inequality.”
Dodd Bill: Industry Groups See Worms In That Can
The Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2009 discussion draft is long enough to have room for many troubling provisions, insurance industry Congress watchers say.