The SEC warned investors interested in mutual funds with exposure to the bitcoin futures market to weigh the risks carefully.
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.
Central banks in more than 50 countries are exploring issuing digital currencies.
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.
SIFMA asked the SEC to examine whether personally identifiable information should be housed within the consolidated audit trail.
New guidance on missing participants from the Labor Department is helpful, but for stakeholders it presents concerns of its own.
The Department of Labor has unveiled three pieces of guidance related to missing participants, including a range of best practices.
A group opposed to electronic disclosures asks regulators to reject a request by an organization seeking further guidance on their use.
Hopes are high for Congress to pass another retirement security package in 2021.
President-elect Joe Biden chose labor champion Marty Walsh — Boston's mayor — as his pick for labor secretary in his new administration.
The Department of Labor in just five days this month finalized two distinct yet controversial rule-making actions.
Joshua R. Cohen was named chairman of the Employee Benefit Research Institute's board of trustees.
House Democrats introduced two bills that would require retirement plans to take ESG factors into account when making investment decisions.
The Fed's board of governors joined up with the Network of Central Banks and Supervisors for Greening the Financial System.
The Labor Department unveiled a final rule establishing a framework for fiduciaries on proxy voting and the use of proxy advisory firms.