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Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

ERISA fiduciaries may now consider ESG in investment decision making.

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

The Labor Department issued a final rule allowing fiduciaries to consider ESG factors when deciding how to invest.

CFPB Proposes Public Registry of Nonbank Offenders

CFPB Proposes Public Registry of Nonbank Offenders

The CFPB has proposed the creation of a public registry to monitor agency and court orders against nonbank financial firms.

Featured Regulatory Series of 2022

Featured Regulatory Series of 2022

The Regulatory Review highlights its series published over the past year.

Top Staff Essays of 2022

Top Staff Essays of 2022

The Regulatory Review highlights the top regulatory stories written by our staff in 2022.

Top Contributor Essays of 2022

Top Contributor Essays of 2022

The Regulatory Review highlights the top essays written by our contributors in 2022.

U.K. Proposes Major Financial Regulation Overhaul

U.K. Proposes Major Financial Regulation Overhaul

A proposed reform package to boost U.K. financial sector competitiveness faces critique.

EPA Creates New Environmental Justice Office

EPA Creates New Environmental Justice Office

A new office within EPA aims to make racial equity a key element in environmental rulemaking.

EPA Proposes Tougher Rules on Methane Leaks

EPA Proposes Tougher Rules on Methane Leaks

The Biden Administration seeks to require the oil and gas industry to find and fix their own methane leaks.

What Will It Take for the Electric Vehicle Transition to Hit the Gas?

What Will It Take for the Electric Vehicle Transition to Hit the Gas?

Penn Program on Regulation panel highlights policy options for accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.

SEC Proposes Private Fund Reform to Protect Investors

SEC Proposes Private Fund Reform to Protect Investors

A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to enhance the regulation of private fund advisers receives critical comments.

Consumer Protection on the Chopping Block?

Consumer Protection on the Chopping Block?

Recent court decision may threaten the future existence of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.