Lawmakers in New York passed a bill to provide a replacement framework for outstanding financial contracts tied to LIBOR.
GOP lawmakers introduced a bill to prohibit the SEC from requiring personal information be collected under consolidated audit trail rules.
Final passage of a massive COVID-19 relief bill came Wednesday with House approval, along a 220-211 mostly party-line vote.
The House on Tuesday is expected to approve a COVID-19 relief bill that includes federal assistance for struggling multiemployer funds.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds is to remain in the COVID-19 relief measure headed for a Senate vote.
House Democrats, led by Rep. Bill Pascrell, introduced a new bill to end the carried interest tax treatment for investment fund managers.
Legislation signed by President Donald Trump could kick Chinese companies off of U.S. exchanges unless they are open to audit reviews.
House Democrats introduced two bills that would require retirement plans to take ESG factors into account when making investment decisions.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is negotiating a deal to solve the multiemployer pension fund crisis.
A coalition of business associations urged passage of legislation aimed at increasing corporate board diversity.
Some Republican senators introduced a bill that would permit individuals to make catch-up retirement contributions in 2021 and 2022.
The 10th anniversary of the signing of Dodd-Frank into law brings questions about the nation's structural inequalities caused by COVID-19.
The Senate approved an economic package that also provides some temporary relief for retirement plan sponsors and participants.
France is tearing up an overhaul of its pension system and plans huge spending as the COVID-19 outbreak sends the economy into a deep slump.
A bipartisan bill that would enable 403(b) plan sponsors to offer CITs to their participants was introduced in the House.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chris Van Hollen introduced a bill that would increase oversight on non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
The SPARK Institute asked California lawmakers to tweak the state's new data privacy law to protect employers' ability to offer benefits.
A panel led by former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara urged Congress to clarify a law regulating insider trading to make it less confusing.
Power cuts, tossed boots and blockades are being used by hard-line French unions protesting President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy vetoed legislation that would have created a New Jersey economic and fiscal policy review commission.
President Sebastian Pinera is forging ahead with plans to overhaul Chile's pension system as he seeks to appease mass protests.
President Emmanuel Macron's decision to scrap making 64 the base age for full retirement benefits may allow pension reform to move forward.
The passage of the SECURE Act will boost retirement security for Americans and provide opportunities for the retirement community.
The agency opposes a bill that would stop billions in retirement assets from being invested in an index fund that includes Chinese firms.
Republicans in the Senate introduce a proposal to shore up critically underfunded multiemployer pension funds and prevent more of them.