The Senate confirmed four nominees to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board via voice votes.
Sen. Marco Rubio released a hold on four Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board nominees after they said they won't invest in Chinese firms.
The bill would require large passive fund managers to vote proxies based on individual investors' instructions, not at managers' discretion.
Lawmakers announced plans to write legislation aimed at improving retirement security for low- and middle-income American workers.
Sen. Marco Rubio placed a hold on four Fed Thrift board nominations until the nominees vow to withhold Thrift Savings Plan assets from Chinese firms.
The House passed SECURE 2.0 in strong bipartisan fashion, but Congress still has work to do to get a bill to the president's desk.
The Fed expects to raise rates at this month's meeting, but Russia's invasion of Ukraine presents economic uncertainty, Jerome Powell said.
President Biden also urged Congress to approve his nominees to the Federal Reserve board to combat inflation in his address.
Senate Banking Committee Republicans delayed a vote on the nominations of five candidates to the Federal Reserve board by not attending a hearing.
Senate Banking Committee members grilled three nominees to the Federal Reserve board on Fed independence, climate change and inflation.
President Joe Biden announced three nominations to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, including a former deputy Treasury secretary.
Lael Brainard testified at her Senate confirmation hearing that reining in inflation remains a crucial task for the Federal Reserve.
A bill accelerating the delisting of foreign companies that fail to meet PCAOB standards has been introduced.
Recoveries related to missing participants continue to drive EBSA enforcement efforts.
A bill to provide a replacement framework for outstanding financial contracts tied to LIBOR overwhelmingly passed in the House.
President Joe Biden officially nominated Michael F. Gerber to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.
Requiring employers offer a retirement plan was axed from a Democratic bill, but it will continue to be pursued, along with SECURE Act 2.0.
Randal K. Quarles submitted his resignation as a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, effective in December.
President Biden intends to nominate FS Investments partner Michael F. Gerber to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.
Experts and lawmakers said congressional action is needed to provide a replacement framework for outstanding contracts tied to LIBOR.
A group of Senate Democrats wants the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board to expand federal workers' investment options.
The Employee Benefits Security Administration extended a temporary enforcement policy on advice fiduciaries until Jan. 31.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council identified climate change as an emerging and increasing threat to U.S. financial stability.
A bill to reform the private equity industry was reintroduced in the Senate and House by a group of Democrats led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
A group of Senate Democrats has sent a letter urging the SEC to adopt recommendations to increase diversity and inclusion in asset management.