Articles tagged "Tamar Frankel"
Why Vanguard Group has proved impervious to a '$34.6 billion' whistleblower suit and why nobody's suggesting Vanguard execs should breathe easy
The SEC documented a 1981 OK on the asset manager's 'at-cost' fee structure - but if the IRS is egged on it could cost Vanguard bigtime in back taxes, penalties and future business
December 22, 2015 at 8:09 PM
An in-depth analysis of FINRA's attempted takeover of RIAs and why the group should be disbanded, Part 2
FINRA's aim is to stamp out small RIAs that compete with its large Wall Street firms. Don't let it happen, pleads NAPFA's new chairman
May 31, 2012 at 5:24 AM
What we all feared: 'Better' disclosure yields worse results, according to Yale professor's study
At an exclusive think-tank style conference on the Potomac, industry leaders heard the psychology behind investors' rosy view of the world.
September 27, 2010 at 5:18 AM
How a surprising array of advisor groups aims to catch the SEC's ear
A conference of experts from academia, industry will examine how the fiduciary standard could work in a brokerage business
September 13, 2010 at 4:42 AM
Regulatory Wire: How Goldman Sachs' fraud case will redirect the regulatory debate
Two Senators to offer amendment; plus, how many arbitration cases are filed because of breach of fiduciary duty? It's a lot.
April 23, 2010 at 6:01 AM
Mutual fund industry may be too quick in declaring victory on the Supreme Court Decision
The standard is upheld but the people-with-muscle caveat is a true victory for investors, according to Tamar Frankel