The SEC plans to issue a final rule by September 2019 on its standards of conduct package covering investment advisory professionals.
The DOL will soon propose rules expanding the use of open multiple employer plans, according to its latest fall regulatory agenda.
Members of the Federal Open Market Committee plan to continue gradually raising interest rates, according to minutes released Wednesday.
Some market data fee increases by Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange were not justified, the SEC said.
The CFTC's chairman warned EU regulators the agency "will not allow ... market participants to become subject to conflicting ... regulation."
SEC Commissioner Kara Stein wants President Donald Trump to issue an executive order to create a working group on retirement security.
Public companies not doing enough to prevent cyber-related fraud activity also are at risk of being investigated by the SEC.
Money management firms generally will benefit whatever the outcome of the Nov. 6 midterm elections, a Moody's report finds.
The PBGC would cover "the vast majority" of benefits earned by participants in defined benefit plans sponsored by bankrupt Sears.
The SEC should require analysis showing how ESG regulation would improve long-term corporate earnings and stock prices.
Investors want the SEC to standardize ESG reporting to allow for uniform comparisons of long-term risk, but firms resist more reporting.
Pension plan sponsors are keeping an eye on Nov. 1, when new actuarial standards on pension obligation risk assessment begin.
The Trump administration's approach to ERISA fiduciary litigation court contrasts with that of the Obama administration.
In addition to a best-interest standard, the SEC is exploring other difficult issues in the world of financial services.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton seems motivated to pass a standards of conduct rule-making package.