SIFMA Recommends Full-Market Close on MLK Day
The move would cover government securities, muni bonds and other products.
Wells Fargo, Black Brokers Settle Discrimination Suit for $35.5M
The class-action suit aims to prevent discrimination and support the participation of African American advisors.
Congress Gets Rolling on Trump Cabinet Confirmations
While the SEC still has two commissioner seats to fill, Democratic Commissioner Kara Stein's term is up in June.
Dodd-Frank Critic to Chair House Financial Institutions Panel
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer was a cosponsor of the Financial CHOICE Act during the last Congress.
Congressman Introduces Bill to Delay DOL Fiduciary Rule
The bill would delay the rule's implementation by two years.
DOL’s Perez Makes Plea to Trump as NAFA Appeals Fiduciary Decision
In an exit memo, Perez said the next administration and Congress “must adequately fund DOL’s enforcement” of the fiduciary and overtime rules.
Reagan's Lesson for Trump: Listen to the Lawyers
Reagan learned that while it’s tempting to say yes to your boss, the most helpful answer is often the one he doesn’t want to hear.
Here's What's Going to Happen in 2017
Predictions from the Yale law professor and novelist on everything from the CFPB's legal challenges to bitcoin to the Affordable Care Act.
Trump, New Congress Must Cut Energy Regs: Oil Lobbyists
The American Petroleum Institute wants Trump and Congress to pare down in first 100 days federal rules that conflict with those imposed by the states.
Will Trump Choice for SEC Chief Stand Up for Investors?
SEC pick Jay Clayton is a "highly regarded" lawyer, but a pro-regulation group hopes he can move beyond his background representing big banks.