Bill to Replace Dodd-Frank Passes House Panel
Democrats charge that Rep. Jeb Hensarling’s Financial CHOICE Act would hurt investors by dismantling the CFPB.
Global Investors Hike Cash Levels in September: BofA Merrill Lynch
Forty-two percent of global investors said high cash levels were a “bearish view on markets.”
7 Questions Advisors Should Ask After a Data Breach
The Consumer Federation of America created a checklist to help companies determine what to do after a data breach occurs.
Online Lenders Face Increased Scrutiny
More regulation, higher costs could drive consolidation of traditional and online lenders, according Funding Stream's Russell Walraven.
10 Financial Mistakes College Freshmen Make, and How to Avoid Them
Remind your clients with kids in college that those 'first years' should establish good habits from the beginning, especially when it comes to their money.
Gundlach: Time to Be ‘Defensive’ With Bonds
DoubleLine executive says the Fed seems determined to raise rates, which are “sort of rising already.”
Cetera Replaces CEO Roth With Moore as RCS Bankruptcy Woes Fade
With the RCS Capital bankruptcy behind it, Cetera appears to be replacing a “wartime leader” with a “peacetime leader,” one observer says.
When Clients’ Mental Capacity Diminishes: An Advisor’s Role
Here are the signs of dementia and other forms of cognitive decline, and how advisors can help the client and her family while protecting themselves.
Cybersecurity ‘Everyone’s Problem,’ Says Ex-NYPD Chief Ray Kelly
Ray Kelly says the entire management team, ranging from a company’s CIO to its CEO, needs to be involved with a business continuity plan.
How to Build Tax-Efficient Withdrawal Strategies for Retirement
Tax advisor Robert Keebler lays out a timeline for creating "tax alpha" for clients.