- Mutual Funds: Too Big to Fail?
ICI Chief Economist Brian Reid discusses why mutual funds don’t pose a system risk to the U.S. financial system, and why additional regulation would harm mutual fund investors.
- Retirement Savings Expert Discusses Global Retirement Savings Megatrends
In this week’s Focus on Funds video, Pablo Antolín-Nicolás of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development examines trends in retirement savings systems around the world.
- ICI Reports Estimated Long-Term Mutual Fund Flows
Total estimated outflows from long-term mutual funds were $8.36 billion for the week ended Wednesday, July 15, driven by domestic equity fund outflows.
- Industry Announces Proposed T+2 Settlement Cycle Timeline
The proposed timeline is a critical step in shortening the settlement cycle and harmonizing the Unites States with other major global markets.
- ICI Seeks Improvements Toward a Workable Fiduciary Standard Rule
In four comment letters, ICI details strong concerns about the current proposal, with detailed suggestions for crafting a workable rule.
- Ignore the IMF’s Uninformed Call for Another Round of U.S. Money Market Fund Reforms
The IMF’s recommendations fail to acknowledge four important points about U.S. money market funds.
- ICI Releases Updated Resource on Valuation and Liquidity Guidance
The compendium collects more than 50 years of wide-ranging guidance from SEC releases, staff letters, enforcement actions, and publications
- The Financial Stability Board’s Role in the U.S. Regulatory Framework
ICI’s President and CEO expresses serious concerns with the FSB and its consultations on asset management at the Senate Banking Committee.