Gonzalez is asking regulators to tighten reins on hedge funds
- It's time to end the rip-off of federal trust funds. // Nation's Business;Sep90, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p79
Editorial. Argues that current governmental deception concerning the purpose and status of trust funds must end. How the government substitutes worthless IOUs for trust-fund cash surpluses; Social Security and transportation accounts.
- Mutual fund rules relaxed. Philip, Christine // Pensions & Investments;8/23/93, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p28
Reports on the advisory opinions issued by the Department of Labor allowing money managers to unbundle the investment advisory fees from the administrative fees. Labor Department's goals; Benefit of lower unbundled mutual fund investment advisory fee.
- The future of fund ads still on the drawing board. T.L. // Financial Planning;Aug97, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p18
Reports on issues being debated at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on how mutual fund performance should be advertised. Approval received by ITT Hartford and GE Funds from the SEC; Question on whether managers should be allowed to advertise their track records while at other firms.
- Untitled. Talley, Karen // American Banker;12/21/93, Vol. 158 Issue 242, p10
Reports on the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) proposal seeking to ease the rules for allowing mutual fund companies to organize their funds in the multiple-classes-of-shares structure. Structure's provision allowing mutual fund companies to create pricing structures for a single...
- Regulators clarify guidelines on labeling uninsured products. de Senerpont Domis, Olaf // American Banker;9/15/95, Vol. 160 Issue 178, p3
Reports in bank and thrift agencies' clarification of mutual fund disclosure guidelines issued by regulators in early 1994. Subjecting of retail sales of uninsured investment products by bank personnel to interagency guidance; Exemption from the rule of trust accounts for which customers do not...
- Consumer issues clouding fund regulation. Perkins, Marietta L. // American Banker;6/22/94, Vol. 159 Issue 119, p10
Comments on regulation of mutual funds in the United States. Interagency statement on retail sales of nondeposit investment products; Safety and soundness issues.
- Mutual fund proposals to make rounds again. Talley, Karen // American Banker;1/11/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 7, p14
Reports on legislation affecting bank mutual funds to be discussed when Congress opens on January 25, 1994. Initiatives that would give banks the power to convert common trust funds into mutual funds without triggering taxes to investors; Proposals at the House Ways and Means Committee;...
- Regulators may test fund disclosures. Rehm, Barbara A. // American Banker;4/12/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 69, p3
Reports on the federal government's plan to investigate mutual fund disclosures of financial institutions. Coordination of financial regulatory agencies with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s testing of mutual fund disclosures by state banks;...
- IBAA blasts idea of letting advertising replace prospectuses. Moore, Michael O'D. // American Banker;7/7/1993, Vol. 158 Issue 128, p14
Reports on the Independent Bankers Association of America's (IBAA) objection to a proposal to allow investors to buy mutual funds described in advertisements without being first sent a prospectus. Letter sent by IBAA to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Comments of Investment Company...
- Schumer drafting mutual fund legislation. // American Banker;7/26/1993, Vol. 158 Issue 141, p14
Reports on Rep. Charles Schumer's drafting of a legislation that would codify the rules for insured institutions that sell mutual funds. Schumer's misgivings about bank sponsorship of investment products.