NAA Summit Furthers Latino Inclusion in Financial Services
The NAA was founded by influential Latinos like Henry Cisneros, former HUD secretary, and Roel Campos, former SEC Commissioner.
The Practice Blog: A Focus on Dodd-Frank and Fiduciary at D.C. Gathering
Some of the best legal, economic, and investing minds gathered in Washington on Thursday to talk about the aftershocks of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Former SEC Commissioner Roel Campos Joins Gratio Capital
Former SEC commissioner Roel Campos has joined the advisory board of San Francisco-based Gratio Capital, the firm announced Thursday, September 2.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE MIND OF OBAMA
Depending on your political preferences, you may be depressed or delighted with the election of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States....
Watch Out. Reform Is on the Way
As the New Year unfolds, one thing is certain: financial services regulatory reform will be hotly debated in the 111th Congress, and perhaps some reforms...
Mary Schapiro to Head SEC
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is getting its first woman chair.
Roel Campos Forecasts Regulatory Landscape
Former SEC Commissioner Roel Campos, who is now part of President-elect Barack Obama's economic transition team
Throughout the remainder of this year and into 2009, all eyes will be on how Treasury's Blueprint for financial services reform plays out. We've already...
A Busy Year in Washington
The New Year is upon us, and perhaps the most significant event for the advisory industry has already taken place--the Rand report assessing the advisory...
Securities and Exchange Commissioner Annette Nazareth announced October 2 her intention to leave the Commission to return to the private sector. With Nazareth's departure, the...