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Reuters' Charles Levinson has written a must-read investigative report on Wall Street's latest scheme to avoid critically important financial reforms: change a few words in their derivatives contracts and... Read More
The key takeaways from day four of the unprecedented four-day public hearing at the Department of Labor (DOL) to discuss its proposed best interest fiduciary rule: There is widespread support for DOL’s rule, including... Read More
The key takeaway from the third day of an unprecedented four days of a public hearing at the Department of Labor (DOL) to discuss its proposed best interest fiduciary rule: While it’s no surprise that industry has... Read More
MetLife and its many allies have been attacking the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) for its decision to designate the insurance giant as systemically significant. MetLife sued to overturn FSOC’s decision... Read More
The key takeaway from the second day of an unprecedented four days of a public hearing at the Department of Labor (DOL) to discuss its proposed best interest fiduciary rule: Outdated rules with loopholes enabling conflicted... Read More
The New York Times’ recent op-ed, We’re Making Life Too Hard for Millennials, highlighted how “[t]he most educated generation in history is on track to becoming less prosperous, at least financially, than... Read More
Jon Stewart is known for exposing the absurd. After causing the worst financial crisis since the Great Crash of 1929 and the worst economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s – which cost the United States more... Read More
President and CEO Dennis Kelleher's presentation at Brookings event: Are there structural issues in U.S. bond markets?
This article first appeared on the Huffington Post here. As the presidential primaries heat up, many candidates are talking about the threats that Wall Street still poses to hardworking families and the need for stronger... Read More
As Better Markets has said, nothing has done more damage in generations to hardworking middle class families, our economy and our government finances than the 2008 financial crash and the more than $20 trillion in economic... Read More
Read this article by Dennis Kelleher on The Huffington Post here. *** July 21st, 2015 marks the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing the historic Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ... Read More
Download our PowerPoint presentation on the fifth anniversary of the landmark Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law. 
Come back to bettermarkets.com at 2:30 to watch a live stream of our event marking the fifth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law.
Five years ago, on July 21, 2010, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act into law to implement rules of the road on Wall Street and prevent a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis... Read More
The Department of Labor's best interest standard is a common sense rule merely requiring brokers and other financial advisers to act in their clients' best interest rather than their own personal interests when... Read More
Robert “Bob” Jenkins is Better Markets' nonresident Senior Fellow based in London (as announced in this September 5, 2013 press release).  As Mr. Jenkins’ bio demonstrates, he has decades... Read More
Joe Saluzzi and Sal Arnuk are helping lead the fight for fair, well-regulated markets and against the industry's misinformation and half-truths. As two of the most knowledgeable market participants around, they... Read More
The Department of Labor's best interest standard is a common sense rule merely requiring brokers and other financial advisers to act in their clients' best interest rather than their own personal interests when... Read More
Read this article on the Huffington Post here.   The handful of Wall Street's sprawling too-big-to-fail "banks" pose a unique, dangerous threat to America's families, workers, financial... Read More
Opening Statement Dennis M. Kelleher President and CEO Better Markets, Inc. United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions... Read More

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