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The new fiduciary rule will likely augment their growing popularity
10 years of building profitable practices and evolving business models
Variable fees will be subject to the BIC
The new rule makes some of them fiduciaries
As the implementation date for the Department of Labor (DOL)’s Conflict of Interest rule approaches, Capital One Investing will be moving away from commission-based products within its retirement-account services.
A federal judge rejected defendants’ argument that the lawsuit, filed in December 2015, was time-barred by ERIA’s various statutes of limitation.
They help advisers and sponsors focus on prudent investor rule
Law firm Schlichter, Bogard & Denton takes on MIT, NYU and Yale
Retirement industry providers are preparing careful responses to the fiduciary rule
A look at changes over the past decade
A complaint filed in a Pennsylvania district court by the DOL’s Employee Benefits Security Administration alleges a list of ERISA infractions related to fees, documents, disclosures and processes by a 3(21) fiduciary firm.
SEI held a webinar looking at how DC plans are changing and what this means for plan sponsors
The final fiduciary rule is out, so what do you need to know? And, just as important, what can you do right now to prepare?
Litigation is the main concern for DC plan sponsors right now.
Could Google one day be a top provider of investments or financial advice? What about Facebook, or Amazon?
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has given several signs that it could soon introduce a uniform standard of client care for registered brokers and advisers.
Add a proposed class action lawsuit against M&T Bank Corporation to the sizable and quickly growing list of new ERISA actions filed so far in 2016.
Some of the biggest financial services firms and advocacy groups have registered their initial impressions of the Department of Labor’s final fiduciary rule, including FSI, TIAA, FPC and others. So have a myriad of independent commentators and ancillary businesses.