Legislation that would end carried interest for investment managers was introduced by a group of Senate Democrats.
A planned House committee meeting includes legislation with dozens of provisions aimed at boosting retirement security, known as SECURE 2.0.
President Biden called for higher rates for the highest income earners, and ending carried interest and lower tax rates for capital gains.
President Joe Biden will need to overcome a major political hurdle in his bid to end preferential tax treatment of investment income.
Sen. Sherrod Brown is demanding answers from Credit Suisse and other banks on their activities related to failed asset manager Archegos.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen suggested she may not favor singling out the world's biggest asset manager for tougher oversight.
The latest COVID-19 economic package offers relief for single- and multiemployer pension funds.
Potential market weaknesses highlighted by the GameStop trading frenzy brought calls by Washington lawmakers for further investigation.
Even though a bill to help caregivers boost their retirement savings hasn't gotten much buzz, it's still managed to gather fans.
Recent volatile trading in GameStop shares may push lawmakers and regulators to revisit rules on short sale disclosure and order execution.
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee approved the nomination of Marty Walsh as labor secretary in a 18-4 vote.
President Joe Biden withdrew nominations for three Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board nominees made by predecessor Donald Trump.
Satyam Khanna was named senior policy adviser at the SEC in a new position addressing climate and ESG issues.
The pandemic is the Biden administration's priority, but climate risk and other investor issues are on the table.
New guidance on missing participants from the Labor Department is helpful, but for stakeholders it presents concerns of its own.
President Joe Biden is offering Nellie Liang, a veteran of the Federal Reserve and expert in financial regulation, a top role at Treasury.
The Department of Labor appointed five new members to its ERISA Advisory Council.
President Trump now holds the distinction of the only president to be impeached twice, but what does that mean for his presidential pension?
Gary Gensler, a former head of the main U.S. derivatives regulator, is President-elect Joe Biden's likely pick to lead the SEC.
President Trump reintroduced three nominations to the Federal Retirement Thrift board, along with Judy Shelton to serve on the Fed board.
The nominations of three men to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board has not yet been approved by the full Senate.
Heath P. Tarbert will step down as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission early next year.
President-elect Joe Biden has picked Brian Deese, an executive at BlackRock, to lead his National Economic Council.
Janet Yellen's expected nomination as Treasury secretary in the Biden administration would make her the first woman to hold the post.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said he plans to leave the regulatory agency at the end of the year.