ABLE Act Passed, but Many Questions Remain
For states deciding whether to host or contract a qualified disability savings account program, there’s a lot to consider.
New Hire Roundup: Ex-CBO Chief Elmendorf Back at Brookings
Meanwhile, Royal Alliance adds Quincy Group; MarketCounsel beefs up staff with three new lawyers.
New Hire Roundup: O’Connell Named Chief Risk Officer at Phoenix Cos.
Meanwhile, The Angel Capital Association elected Christopher Mirabile as chairman and Linda Lorraine Smith as vice chairwoman.
For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
Your Local Investing Bias Could Cost You
What matters most to investors is at least having some awareness of the factors that may be biasing their behavior.
Financial Illiteracy: The Local Solution
Pershing Advisor Solutions CEO Mark Tibergien, worried about the lack of financial literacy, did something quite personal about it.
Familiar Face Returns to SEC as Two Commissioners Plan Exit
A familiar face with deep roots on Wall Street has returned to the Securities and Exchange Commission to help the agency draft its fiduciary rulemaking just as two agency commissioners are planning to exit.
New Hire Roundup: RBC Global Asset Management Adds 5
Meanwhile, Northern Trust added a senior VP in New York and a Minnesota state president.
DOL Fiduciary Plan a ‘Big Government Scheme’: House Lawmaker
DOL’s latest fiduciary proposal "will lead to the same harmful consequences as the first and should suffer the same fate," says Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn.
House Bill Nixes DOL Fiduciary Rule’s Funding; Perez to Testify
A House Appropriations Committee bill released Tuesday prohibits any of DOL’s funds from being used to finalize, advance or enforce its fiduciary rulemaking.