Through the first three quarters of 2021, only 1.2% of defined-contribution plan participants stopped contributing to their plans, according to data from recordkeepers collected by the Investment Company Institute. That minor fall-off compares with the 2.2% of participants who stopped ...

Representatives of the mutual fund industry are pushing the Securities and Exchange Commission to review the processing fees funds pay to broker-dealers for sending documents to shareholders. Under a fee schedule set by the New York Stock Exchange, funds are ...

When a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, it was the strongest attack on the seat of U.S. democracy since British troops set fire to the building in 1814. That searing moment continues to smolder in Washington, D.C. ...

Legislation that would increase retail investors’ access to private markets has gained bipartisan support. The bill, the Increasing Investor Opportunities Act, was introduced earlier this week by Reps. Anthony Gonzalez, R-Ohio, and Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y. It would allow closed-end funds ...