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SEC Intends To Deny Proposals For 'Non-Transparent' ETFs

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U.S. regulators said they plan to deny proposals for a new breed of actively managed ETFs that would be allowed to keep their holdings under wraps for months at a time.

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SEC Exam Chief To FAs: Give Baby Boomer Retirees A Fair Deal

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For the second day in a row, a top SEC executive stressed that protecting baby boomer retirees is a key objective of the agency.

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FBI: Big Financial Institutions May Aid Advisors' Cyber-Security Effort

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Big financial institutions may give cyber-security assistance to financial advisors and other companies in their supply chains, said the head of the FBI's cyber division.

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SEC Exec: Rollovers Among Top 2015 FA Exam Priorities

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A top priority next year for SEC examiners of RIA firms will be what kind of recommendations baby-boomer clients get when they roll over retirement plans into IRAs, says an agency official.

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Financial Planning Profession Needs More Regulation, Group Says

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The Financial Planning Coalition says there are insufficient regulations for financial planners and members of the public are the ones being hurt because of it.

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UBS Tells Brokers To Keep Selling Risky Puerto Rico Funds

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UBS is sticking with its recommendations that some clients buy risky Puerto Rico closed-end bond funds, despite hundreds of arbitration claims by investors, says an internal document.

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Former Advisor Pays For Vacations With Clients' Money

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A former Ameriprise financial advisor and securities agent pleaded guilty to defrauding her clients out of nearly $1 million.

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Restrictions Sought On Guardians Of Elderly

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Calls for tighter controls on elder guardians pervaded the seminars and hallways of the American Bar Association’s National Aging and Law Conference.

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Reverse Mortgage Schemes Targeting Elderly

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Elder abuse in the reverse mortgages is high on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s radar screen, according to senior legal advocates.

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Do Wall Street Arbitrators Go Easy On Discovery Violations?

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A former UBS AG branch manager's pay discrimination case in Puerto Rico highlights behavior some lawyers say can give brokerages an edge in arbitration: breaking discovery rules.

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