New Hire Roundup: SEC Welcomes Norberg; Fleming Joins FINRA Board
This week in new hires, Jane A. Norberg joined the SEC as deputy chief of the Whistleblower Office; Gregory J. Fleming was elected to FINRA's board of directors; Mike Anderson went to Securities America; and Dan Dorfman joined Trim Tabs Money Blog as a columnist.
More failings from the PBGC brain trust
I point to an excellent, and extremely scary, post (as if we needed more) at The Baseline Scenario blog. James Kwak updates us as to...
NEWS & PRODUCTS
The Internal Revenue Service is mulling a new Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent (ERPA) designation to allow retirement plan professionals who are not approved to represent...
GAO Report Finds Pensions Underfunded
Bush Administration calls for comprehensive reform
The Pension Congress?
We've all heard of a defined benefit plan and defined contribution plans like the 401(k). But what's a DB(k)? Rep. Rob Andrews (D-NJ) introduced his...
Suggestions for Bush, and the SEC
Let's take a look at what some scholars are saying about President Bush's financial services agenda for his second term. Then let's move on to...
The Middle Way: Election 2004
As a candidate for the presidency some time ago, this man noted that unlike the "generation of Americans who stormed beaches, liberated concentration camps, and...
If you have any function with an employee benefit, retirement, profit sharing, 401(k), savings, health, or other type of plan, or if you serve such...