Freddie Mac CEO and 3 Chairmen to Resign
Freddie Mac CEO Charles E. "Ed" Haldeman Jr. will resign within the next year, according to the government regulator that oversees the mortgage giant.
Reforming the SEC
Some of the nation's top financial leaders and lawyers say reforming the Securities and Exchange Commission's regulatory process would indeed help the U.S. capital markets stay competitive.
Forward thinking five
Boomer Market Advisor brought together five industry giants for agendas and predictions for the new year. All were chosen for their enthusiasm and creativity in...
Mary Schapiro was scheduled to become chairman and CEO of the NASD as of August 31, 2006 following current CEO Robert Glauber's earlier-than-scheduled departure from...
Schapiro Takes Helm Early
NASD's Glauber leaving earlier than planned
Regulating Annuity Sales
The NASD is taking steps to assess oversight of the sales of all types of annuities by the patchwork quilt of regulatory agencies overseeing the...
More Fund Information For Investors Proposed
NASD Chairman and CEO Robert Glauber told a packed room at the Investment Company Institute's annual gathering May 18 in Washington, that the NASD should extend its proposed mutual fund point-of-sale disclosure document, Profile Plus, to exchange-traded funds, separately managed accounts, and, in some form, to fixed, variable and equity-indexed...
The NASD Board of Governors announced January 12 that Mary Schapiro will succeed Robert Glauber as chairman and CEO of NASD upon Glauber's completion of...