The Securities and Exchange Commission today finalized a rule implementing a “best interest” standard of conduct for broker-dealers when making recommendations on securities transactions or investment strategies to retail customers.
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Completing the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rulemaking on best interest standards for broker-dealers and investment advisers is a “key priority” for 2019, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said in a speech today.
The Department of Labor today announced a temporary enforcement policy on prohibited transaction rules applicable to investment advice fiduciaries.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals today blocked third-party efforts to appeal its March ruling that vacated the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule in its entirety.
In a long-awaited move, the Securities and Exchange Commission today proposed two new rules and an interpretation to improve investors’ understanding of their relationships with investment advisers and broker-dealers.
A panel of federal judges today vacated the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule in its entirety, overturning a lower court ruling.
In a letter to Department of Labor Assistant Secretary Preston Rutledge today, ABA urged the DOL to make significant changes to its fiduciary rule in order to provide a finished, measured and functional regulation on investment advice.
As the Department of Labor continues its review of the Obama-era fiduciary rule, DOL has finalized its plans to extend to July 1, 2019, the applicability date for certain exemptions to rule.
As part of its continued response to President Trump’s executive order outlining core principles for financial regulation, the Treasury Department issued a report today recommending changes to the regulation of asset management and insurance.