The State of Fiduciary After 1,640 Days: Time for a Reset?
Fiduciaries need to apply our risk analysis skills to what could be the most important regulatory action in decades: the SEC's fiduciary rulemaking.
House Passes Bill to Exempt Private Equity Fund Advisors From Registration
President Obama has threatened to veto it, and there is no companion bill in the Senate.
Obama Threatens to Veto Bill Exempting Private Equity Advisors From Registration
H.R. 1105 is a step backward from the Dodd-Frank progress made to date, the administration says.
Plan to Limit Charitable Tax Deduction Would Cut Gifts by $9.4B: AEI
American Enterprise Institute study warns top 1% would lose incentive to give.
Bob Rodriguez Grades Obama, Calls Government ‘Chaos’ Top Threat
First Pacific CEO Robert Rodriguez talked with ThinkAdvisor about the debt debacle, Janet Yellen and the uselessness of regulation.
GOP Senators Optimistic After Obama Meeting on Debt Ceiling
“I’m glad we had the discussion,” said Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H. “Now we have to put the words into action and get this resolved.”
Obama Refuses to Negotiate ‘Under the Threat of Economic Catastrophe’
Some independent analysts say that the real debt limit deadline is Nov. 1, when the Treasury is scheduled to make nearly $60 billion in payments.
Sweat the Debt, Not the Shutdown
Stock markets are shrugging off the political mess, but will the bond markets be so kind later this month?
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.
Goolsbee: 3 Things That Will Save U.S. Economy (and 3 That Won’t)
The characteristics that will save the U.S. from Washington's "craziness" have been here all along, former Obama aide Austan Goolsbee says.