US advisers must pay to be regulated

SEC calls for annual fee to cover more regular monitoring

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A customer tries on gold bangles inside a Lukfook Jewellery store, operated by Luk Fook Holdings International Ltd., in Macau, China, on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. Macau is scheduled to release gross domestic product (GDP) figures on Aug. 29. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Foreign managers are turning from frustrating mutual funds to wealth management
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UK regulator finds best execution is not delivered consistently

Broker inefficiency costs clients £4.2bn

UK regulator finds best execution is not delivered consistently

Helena Morrissey takes aim at the IMA

Asset management lobby group seeks greater management diversity

European fund houses fear SEC’s reach

US regulator steps up scrutiny overseas

Big US rating agencies get European rival

Scope plans ‘viable alternative’ to Fitch, Moody’s and S&P

Stuck in the re-election waiting room

Even though Dodd-Frank makes no sense, Congress will not be moved to act quickly, says John Dizard

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Shareholders must embrace commitment

Nothing in economics is more important than how companies should be managed

Wells Fargo chief warns on mortgage loans

Stumpf says authorities must reduce threat to banks

US banks try to find a pattern in settlement talks

Smaller issuers are next on the target list for the Department of Justice

Market watchdog issues cyber attack warning

Iosco chief says hackers have potential to trigger ‘black swan’ event


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