SEC Private Fund Unit Focused on Conflicts, Real Estate Managers
"We’ve taken an investor protection view of regulating private equity," said SEC's Rozenblit.
SEC: CCO Should Have Active Role in Cybersecurity
While a cyberattack is not a matter of "if" but "when," catastrophic attacks are unlikely, security expert Ronald Rowe said in an ICI panel discussion.
SEC Urged to Beef Up FINRA Oversight: GAO
SEC is falling short on supervision of the self-regulator in three areas, GAO says.
SEC Announces Compliance Outreach Seminars
The seminars will cover hot-button issues like cybersecurity, retirement planning and dual registrants.
BDs Fall Short on Protecting Seniors: SEC, FINRA
Report finds some BDs are recommending unsuitable products to seniors and could be violating FINRA’s communications rules.
SEC Probes Whether 12b-1 Fees Are Used Properly
SEC is examining whether the rules for the fees and their disclosure are being followed and “what funds are paying intermediaries for.”
SEC Reviewing 12b-1 Fees
The SEC is reviewing the entire spectrum of 12b-1 fees, the deputy exam director said Tuesday.
SEC Exam Chief Bowden to Exit
The OCIE head, Andrew Bowden, will return to the private sector.
Sen. Shelby, NY Comptroller Enter Fiduciary Debate
The Senate Banking chairman says "We'll look at" DOL's fiduciary redraft. Meanwhile, the New York City comptroller pushes for a fiduciary law in the state.
SEC Chief White Backs Fiduciary Rule for Brokers
Uniform fiduciary standard should be “codified principles-based and rooted in the current fiduciary standard for investment advisors,” Chairwoman Mary Jo White said at SIFMA event.