Crystal Detamore is a communications director at CFA Institute and a former columnist for Entrepreneur magazine.
Ranji Nagaswami, CFA, a 30-year investment manager, discusses the need for enlightened leaders in finance and why she helped launch the Finance Leaders Fellowship Program.
From the Toshiba accounting scandal to the Labor Department’s controversial fiduciary rule proposal, 2015 has been an eventful year for capital markets.
As the Department of Labor, Congress, and the investment industry spar over a proposal to raise investment advice standards for retirement accounts, it’s easy for some to lose sight of what’s important: the need to protect investors.
Join CFA Institute capital markets policy analyst Sviatoslav Rosov, PhD, CFA, and Dennis Dick, CFA, proprietary trader and head of equity market structure at Bright Trading, for a live Twitter chat at 12 p.m. EST Monday, 7 December. The hashtag to follow along is #CFAHFT.
In a wide-ranging interview on financial policy issues, US Rep. Robert Hurt (R–VA) discusses Dodd-Frank and the Labor Department’s controversial fiduciary rule proposal to raise investment advice standards for retirement accounts.
Following recent legislative developments, the debate over whether to shift investment adviser oversight from the SEC to an SRO continues.
Karen Barr on whether broker-dealers should be governed by same principles-based fiduciary duty as required under the Investment Advisers Act.
The issue of how equity commissions are used to buy investment research takes center stage in the European Union.
Amid growing momentum to give shareholders the right to nominate director candidates on a company's ballot, Matt Orsagh, CFA, makes case for SEC “to take another look at proxy access.”