Sallie Krawcheck to Buy 85 Broads, a Global Women’s Network
The former Merrill broker chief says she’s happy to become the leader of 85 Broads, a group with 30,000 members from 130 countries.
15 Best Finance Tweets of the Month: April
While gold plunged in April and Bitcoin took a wild ride, Sallie Krawcheck threw a punch in the battle of the sexes and Bill Gross opined on the pomp and pageantry of stock trading.
‘Retirement Planning’ Is Old and Outdated: Elizabeth Jetton
At the FPA Retreat, a rapid-fire delivery of all the change that is here and will be coming, and how advisors should react.
Envestnet Unveils ‘Intelligence’ Initiative at Advisor Summit
“It’s not a product; it’s not a platform,” explained Bill Crager, Envestnet’s president. “It’s completely integrated technology that pulls together resources to provide on-demand information.”
Sallie Krawcheck Decries Industry ‘Becoming Republican Party’
“It is my intention to be controversial and make us uncomfortable here today,” Sallie Krawcheck said. She didn’t disappoint.
Sallie Krawcheck: Top 10 Reasons It’s Bad to Pay Bankers in Stock
Krawcheck says it’s time for large banks’ boards to come up with new payment strategies for executives, such as bonds, “which are fundamentally risk-discouraging.”
Poll Results: As SEC’s Schapiro Steps Down, Advisors Speak Up
Our AdvisorOne survey found some sentiment for Sallie Krawcheck, but gave regulators overall poor marks for protecting consumers and providing a level playing field.
Obama Names SEC’s Walter as Schapiro’s Replacement
While Elisse Walter, an SEC commissioner, was selected by President Obama to succeed Schapiro, industry officials speculated that Walter will serve as an acting chairman until the president selects a permanent chairman at a later date.
SEC’s Schapiro to Step Down in December
After months of speculation that she would depart, Schapiro made it official Monday morning that she would depart the agency on Dec. 14; with a frontrunner emerging from Treasury Department.
BofA to Pay $2.4B
Bank of America reached a settlement to end a class-action lawsuit with investors and will pay $2.43 billion, while also making certain corporate-governance reforms, the firm said in late September.