SEC: Intrastate Crowdfunding Rules Predate Internet, Need an Update
The SEC wants to modernize the rules that govern state-based crowdfunding in order to make intrastate offerings easier, Chairwoman White says.
Day Trader Inspired by ‘Holy Spirit’ Accused of Bilking Church Members
Massachusetts authorities say a church elder targeted congregation members with a "divine" day-trading system.
Sen. Warren Slams SEC Chief for ‘Broken Promises’
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., lambasted SEC Chairwoman White in a 13-page letter about her “broken promises” of agency action on major consumer protection issues.
The SEC ‘Hasn't Been Doing Its Job for a Long Time’: Brian Hamburger
In a wide-ranging session at the Envestnet Advisor Summit in Chicago in early May, MarketCounsel's Brian Hamburger argued that one of the main regulatory and compliance issues facing advisors is the regulators themselves.
Massachusetts, Montana Sue SEC Over JOBS Act
The states are unhappy with the capital-raising provisions, known as Regulation A+, which bar them from regulating some small offerings.
Dodd-Frank Rollback Bill Advances in Senate
The Senate Banking Committee passed on a sharp party-line vote Thursday the Financial Regulatory Improvement Act. Democrats including Sen. Warren blasted the bill.
Oil's Not Coming Back. Here's Why
WTI prices have moved up $17 a barrel from their six-year low, but that comeback could stall.
Joe Deitch: Keeper of Commonwealth Culture—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
Chances are good that Joe Deitch is the only independent broker-dealer chairman that can claim a Tony Award for his work as a Broadway producer.
Chris Dodd and Barney Frank: Wall St. Reformers —The 2015 IA 35 for 35
In an exclusive interview, former Sen. Dodd speaks about the Dodd-Frank law's progress, regulators’ fiduciary efforts and where the next crisis will come from.
The End of Mark Mobius’ Reign as King of Emerging-Market Stocks
The pioneering advocate for small, growing economies suffers a dry spell.