A motion to move forward with a bipartisan infrastructure deal failed in the Senate, but there is still optimism it will ultimately pass.
Leaders of a House committee’s Racial Equity Initiative would like retirement measures included in the infrastructure package negotiations.
The Federal Reserve plans to continue its monthly purchases of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities even as it eyes inflation.
The Department of Labor could broaden who is considered a fiduciary under ERISA, as stakeholders watch how the SEC enforces Reg BI.
The White House and a bipartisan group of senators struck a deal on a $559 billion framework aimed at fixing the nation’s infrastructure.
Several investor groups filed a complaint in U.S. District Court to vacate the SEC's shareholder proposal rule.
More than 6 in 10 Americans would support a program offering government-matched retirement contributions to lower-income working Americans.
ETF assets under management have soared in recent years to $6.6 trillion as of Dec. 31.
House Democrats reintroduced bills to require retirement plan fiduciaries to take into account and explain how ESG factors are considered.
A SECURE Act 2.0 package is making its way through the House with bipartisan support, but the bill's path forward is uncertain.
The SEC warned investors interested in mutual funds with exposure to the bitcoin futures market to weigh the risks carefully.
Central banks in more than 50 countries are exploring issuing digital currencies.
The Labor Department's new investment-advice guidance makes clear that rollover recommendations will be a major focus moving forward.
Institutional investors are warming to the idea of investing in digital assets.
A Trump-era investment-advice exemption was allowed to take effect in February, but the DOL signaled it has more work to do on the issue.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has reconvened a hedge funds task force, seeking to identify risks and strengthen the U.S. financial system.
Lawmakers in New York passed a bill to provide a replacement framework for outstanding financial contracts tied to LIBOR.
The DOL's non-enforcement policy for two Trump-era rules is welcome news for fiduciaries, but an ESG-investing boom isn't expected just yet.
GOP lawmakers introduced a bill to prohibit the SEC from requiring personal information be collected under consolidated audit trail rules.
A team of 35 fiduciary advocates has established a public benefit corporation to offer a certificate in fiduciary leadership and governance.
The Department of Labor will not enforce two high-profile rules promulgated during the Trump administration.
LIBOR is going away and the transition to new rates has plenty of hurdles.
A proposed amendment to the plan governing the consolidated audit trail would hurt investors and raise the chance of data being compromised.
The South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission revamped its portfolio by taking a more passive approach.