Sarfraz Thind • December 30, 2013
Last month the EU approved solvency harmonization rules for the insurance industry, leaving their asset portfolios in the balance.
Joel Kranc • December 19, 2013
A new national regulatory securities agency in Canada is making progress but not without dissent from key provinces.
Matt Mossman • December 18, 2013
The U.S. is on track to be the world’s top oil producer within two years. But laws prevent export of U.S. oil to everywhere but Canada.
Robert Stowe England • December 12, 2013
Marketfield Asset Management CIO Michael Aronstein is concerned new rules may pose problems for financial markets as a whole.
Katie Gilbert • November 25, 2013
In the U.S. and Europe, NGOs and regulators are setting new standards and frameworks for corporate reporting of important environmental, social and governance information.
Amy Poster • November 08, 2013
SAC Capital’s $1.2 billion settlement with the U.S. government has brought only a short respite for SAC’s troubled founder.
Aaron Timms • November 05, 2013
As JPMorgan Chase settles with U.S. regulators over its mortgage dealings, the Obama administration is getting more aggressive with big banks.
Tom Buerkle • November 05, 2013
Winners of II’s first-ever European investment management awards share a keen sense of value and strong risk management.
Andrew Barber • November 04, 2013
As the SEC puts forward strengthened regulations and ramps up investigations, RIAs and their legal counsel are getting in gear.
Frances Denmark • October 31, 2013
A new program by the CFA Institute seeks to help investors protect their portfolios by better spotting fraudsters.
Julie Segal • October 30, 2013
In his latest film, Capital, the Greek-French filmmaker tackles the cutthroat world of banks and hedge funds.
David Turner • October 22, 2013
Small custodians are holding their own against big rivals, partly because complex financial regulations have helped them develop niche services.
Aaron Timms • October 15, 2013
The JPMorgan chief defends big banks and shareholder returns, drawing criticism from rivals who stress a need to restore trust.
Tom Buerkle • October 09, 2013
The president and CEO of industry lobbying group the Institute of International Finance strikes a conciliatory tone when it comes to global regulatory reform.
David Turner • October 02, 2013
EU proposals on capital requirements and eligible investments threaten to make money funds uncompetitive, firms say.
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America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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