The DOL posted a large increase in enforcement actions in 2018, but has been far less active in providing guidance on hot-button issues.
Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry called European regulation changes to facilitate cross-border fund distribution "restrictive."
SEC chief Robert Jackson Jr. wants Congress to give the agency more latitude to monitor risks associated with the leveraged loans market.
Stakeholders with a host of backgrounds are awaiting the SEC's final rule on Reg BI, the implications of which remain to be seen.
Financial trade groups urge changes to a proposed rule that would set a new method for calculating the exposure amount of derivatives.
New European Shareholder Rights Directive II will lead to more active ownership among investors in Europe, sources said.
Companies may soon have to report data about how much workers are paid, broken down by sex, race and ethnicity, under a new court ruling.
An SEC pilot program about exchange transaction fees is under a legal challenge, but pension funds and other asset owners vow to press on.
State Street is in discussions with the SEC to settle a possible action against the firm for allegedly overcharging asset-servicing clients.
States and trade groups want action and more clarity from the SEC on its standards-of-conduct package proposal.
Calls for more transparency could produce new regulations for proxy advisory firms.
Representatives of EU governments and the European Parliament agreed on draft legislation to screen foreign direct investments.
Public companies not doing enough to prevent cyber-related fraud activity also are at risk of being investigated by the SEC.
The PBGC would cover "the vast majority" of benefits earned by participants in defined benefit plans sponsored by bankrupt Sears.
A derivatives-trade clearing requirement is forcing European pension funds to boost cash holdings in their portfolios.
Rules clarifying the PBGC's authority to facilitate mergers of multiemployer pension plans will be published in the Federal Register on Friday.
As memories of the global financial crisis fade, there are calls for revisiting some of the regulatory measures put in place.
The Office of Financial Research is calling for comment on a proposed rule to collect data on centrally cleared repos.
A record number of stock buybacks is driving calls for the SEC and companies to disclose more and consider limits.
Pension fund shareholders in U.K. utility company Thames Water will foot the bill after the company was fined by a U.K. water regulator.
Pension funds, money managers show strong support for SEC's proposed maker-taker pilot.
The Securities and Exchange Commission agreed Tuesday to amend the Volcker rule, becoming the last agency to endorse the changes.
Lesley Titcomb, CEO of the U.K. Pensions Regulator, will leave in February 2019.
Gordon Hartogensis has been nominated by President Donald Trump to be director of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
The Labor Department's recent attempt at clarifying guidance on ESG investing has some industry stakeholders scratching their heads.