The SEC chairman said the agency is going to do all it can to further regulate cryptocurrency, but it needs broader authority from Congress.
China's securities regulator called for talks with the SEC after it increased disclosure requirements for IPOs of Chinese companies.
The U.K.'s FCA will consider ways to give investors more transparency into the diversity of public company boards and executives.
TIAA-CREF Individual & Institutional Services agreed to pay $97 million to settle SEC charges around rollover recommendations.
A review by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority found that some money managers have fallen short on their fee assessments.
Firms that delegate the investment management of their strategies to third-party firms need to improve their standards.
The Department of Labor could broaden who is considered a fiduciary under ERISA, as stakeholders watch how the SEC enforces Reg BI.
Money managers and retirement plan providers will be required to comply with climate-change disclosure rules under new proposals by the FCA.
Performance fees incurred by defined contribution plans investing in illiquid assets may be smoothed for five years starting Oct. 1.
The SEC delayed a decision for the second time on whether to approve the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund in the U.S.
The SEC is considering further regulatory action on its proxy adviser rules, much to the chagrin or delight of respective stakeholders.
Franklin Templeton plans to appeal a ruling by India's markets regulator after its local unit was barred from offering new debt funds.
Wall Street's top brokers are quietly tightening their rules for who can bet against retail traders' most-popular meme stocks.
China is allowing Ant Group to start operations at its consumer finance company, the first sign of progress after a regulatory crackdown.
The SEC is weighing several bitcoin ETF proposals and is soliciting comments on applications from Fidelity and SkyBridge Capital.
The Department of Justice is investigating the market-rattling meltdown of Bill Hwang's Archegos Capital Management in March.
The SEC approved a Nasdaq proposal allowing companies to raise capital while also doing direct listings instead of initial public offerings.
The European Commission fined three banks $451 million for colluding to fix prices in the eurozone government bond market.
The government hopes reforms make employees agents of change, but analysts see constraints on asset allocators depressing retirement saving.
The SEC warned investors interested in mutual funds with exposure to the bitcoin futures market to weigh the risks carefully.
The CFA Institute is taking a closer look at special purpose acquisition companies to see what changes might be needed in three key areas.
The Securities and Exchange Commission approved a long-awaited repository for data on security-based swaps.
The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority is seeking industry input on a new type of illiquid fund aimed at defined contribution plans.
Two congressional Democrats asked Treasury to require better anti-money laundering reporting from private equity and hedge fund advisers.
Institutional investors are encouraged that new SEC Chairman Gary Gensler has a track record of getting controversial things done.