Merrill to Pay Fine Over Trading, Disclosure Issues
More than 1,000 trades were not executed to get clients the best prices, and investors didn't get compensation info on thousands of trades.
UBS Launches Premium Credit Card to Attract Wealthy Clients
The firm hopes to boost its banking business with a luxury-themed concierge service and rewards program.
DOL Won’t Delay June 9 Fiduciary Rule Compliance Date: Acosta
DOL has "found no principled legal basis to change the June 9 date while we seek public input," Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acosta said.
Advisors’ Top-of-Mind Concerns? Not Inflation
Advisors are not much concerned about inflation these days, but perhaps they should be.
31 Worst Paying College Majors: 2017
ThinkAdvisor narrowed down PayScale’s ranking of 336 majors and found that helping people can be a financially thankless job.
Global Expansion Is in Sync, Even If Everything Else Is in Chaos
Faster sales growth is consistent with global growth pickup; all major regions on pace for positive earnings growth.
Best Firms for Self-Directed Investors: J.D. Power — 2017
More banks are moving into this space; millennials are demanding as clients and can easily jump to robos, the survey finds.
Impact Investors Manage $114 Billion in Assets: GIIN Annual Survey
Investors overwhelmingly report satisfaction with both financial performance and impact.
Wall Street Weighs In as Comey Memo Controversy Roils Markets
Analysts say deepening turmoil could further delay policymaking; caution advised given Trump’s weathering of political storms.
Jamie Green: The Right Man at the Right Time
The former editor never lost sight of the real goal: providing information to help independent financial advisors better serve and care for clients.