A contested election could lead to market volatility, but it may not be a foregone conclusion.
A retirement plan specialist and the president of an international high school offer their perspectives on the DOL’s proposed ruling on ESG investing.
As Election Day grows near, VP of Government Relations Susan Olson talks with two Washington insiders about the candidates, the campaigns, and the issues.
5 P’s of discipline, call for world leadership on pandemic, democracy and contested election insight from former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card
VP of Government Relations Susan Olson reflects on what the nomination process could mean for the 2020 elections.
A look at the major components of the candidate’s tax policy proposals and their potential implications for markets and portfolios.
The impact on investors with incomes of $1 million or less would be negligible, but tax-managed strategies may help increase after-tax returns.
The question of whether additional federal aid dollars are forthcoming continues to be debated – here’s a look at the timeline and potential outcomes.
What the proposed rule for ERISA plans could mean for ESG investment selection is discussed with employer-sponsored retirement plan expert Bradford Campbell.
Senate veteran Bill Hoagland of the Bi-Partisan Policy Center discusses how COVID-19 aid spending might affect the federal deficit and healthcare.
Discussing the COVID-19 election, including changed campaign dynamics, top issues, and early polling indicators.
US government aid has been crucial for markets during the COVID-19 pandemic, but election season is likely to complicate continued funding efforts.
VP of Government Relations Susan Olson looks at how remaining primary elections and general election campaigning could be affected by coronavirus.
Vice President of Government Relations Susan Olson discusses how Super Tuesday narrowed the Democratic presidential field and narrowed the odds of a contested convention.
VP of Government Relations Susan Olson discusses the US federal government’s current fiscal response to the COVID-19 situation.
Bob Marsh of OB-C Group discusses what went wrong in Iowa, Trump’s re-election prospects, and how presidential nomination favorites can be fleeting.
A review of regulatory changes now in effect and how portfolio and retirement plans might be affected.
A look at the politics behind the US-China trade war, the prospects for a peace deal, and how the 2020 election could help shape US trade policy.
A look at the policy challenges and political implications of housing finance reform – and what it could mean for markets and investors.
A panel of international trade experts discuss the accuracy of threats to free and open trade and whether our existing global trade model is in jeopardy.
Two professors examine advances in automation, robotics and artificial intelligence, as well as the related uncharted regulatory and ethical territory.
Learn how migration is having a profound bearing on political elections around the world, and why growing elderly populations are taxing developed economies.
European Union insiders explore various scenarios for EU politics over the next decade, given migration, monetary policy disagreements and Brexit.
A look back at the measures global governments and institutions took to stabilize the 2008 financial crisis and the effect they may have on future events.
The DOL’s Fiduciary Rule is gone. Will a new standard of care take its place? Ira Hammerman of SIMFA updates us on the latest news and legislation pertaining to the broker/dealer fiduciary standard.
The 2018 Global Retirement Index (GRI) reveals how retirement security has been threatened in the ten years since the financial crisis—and identifies the top countries for retirement security around the world.