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Quick Take: Your Primer on SEC’s Proposed Best Interest Regulations

U.S. Chamber Staff The Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C. Photo credit: Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg. Fill me in: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released proposals regarding the standards of conduct for broker-dealers and investment advisers that could impact all types of investors, from a young investor starting to save for the future to… Read more about Quick Take: Your Primer on SEC’s Proposed Best Interest Regulations

X-Men for Financial Regulatory Reform

Tom Quaadman In the comics series Origin, fictional character James Howlett transforms into the superhero known as Wolverine when he witnesses the murder of the man he believes is his father. In a rage, he kills the murderer, who it turns out may actually be his real father. Instead of dealing with these tragic events,… Read more about X-Men for Financial Regulatory Reform

Small Business Optimism Keeps Growing as Access to Capital Remains Strong

U.S. Chamber Staff Small business owners’ confidence in the economy continues to grow, according to the Q3 MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index. The Index found 69.7% of small business owners are optimistic, up one point from last quarter. The optimistic outlook, the current economic climate, and recent legislative reforms are creating… Read more about Small Business Optimism Keeps Growing as Access to Capital Remains Strong

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