SEC Tags Fiduciary as 'Long-Term' Action; Advocates Unfazed
The fact that a fiduciary rulemaking is on the SEC’s agenda at all "suggests to me that we are moving closer," says CFA's Barbara Roper.
DOL Fiduciary Redraft Likely Out by May
A proposed regulation of the DOL's fiduciary rule could be out by April or May, said Brian Graff, executive director of ASPPA and NAPA.
Beware a Fiduciary ‘Wild West’: ASPPA Chief
ASPPA CEO Brian Graff lays out two hot issues to watch: DOL's coming fiduciary proposal and the growing specter of state-run retirement plans.
Senate Banking Aide: Committee Has ‘No Interest’ in Bill to Block Fiduciary Rules
Wagner bill passes House, but Senate Banking's Johnson says he won't focus on any bill "the president clearly has no interest in signing."
DOL’s Borzi: Fiduciary Redraft Could Advance by Year End
“We are coming very close to finishing our work” on the reproposed rule, said DOL's Borzi.
Government Shutdown Ends, Debt Default Averted
Federal employees began returning to work on Thursday after the legislation passed both houses of Congress late Wednesday and was signed into law by President Barack Obama just after midnight.
The Women Leading the Fiduciary Charge
Phyllis Borzi and Mary Jo White are two tough ladies with two tough jobs.
Federal Agencies, Servicemembers Brace for Possible Shutdown
A First Command poll finds a majority of military members, who could face late paychecks, doubt lawmakers can avert a government shutdown.
DOL Fiduciary Plan Hits Delay, Borzi Says
The revamped proposal will include IRAs, DOL assistant secretary Phyllis Borzi confirmed at the FSI advisor summit.
DOL Pressing Forward on Fiduciary
According to the Semiannual Regulatory Agenda for the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration, a reproposal to amend the definition of fiduciary under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) will come in October.