CFA Institute urges three approaches that will clarify that only registered investment advisers can provide personalized investment advice, as well as clarify the role of broker-dealers.
The timeline for when all investors can expect their best interest to be honored just got longer with another delay in the applicability of the DOL’s fiduciary rule.
The DOL provide some clarity to the investment industry about its obligations while providing protection to retirement investors through a best interest standard. Categories: Fiduciary Duty
Trump administration delays implementation of new fiduciary rule to review potential effect on investors’ access to retirement information and financial advice
The future of the DOL rule is somewhat uncertain, but the changes probably won’t happen fast and the rule may actually already be established. Categories: Fiduciary Duty; Standards, Ethics, and Regulations (SER)
Will lawsuits delay implementation of DOL’s fiduciary rule to address conflicts of interest in retirement advice? Why is rule still so politically charged? What hard choices face investors, lawmakers?
The report on the DOL’s fiduciary rule predicts three market trends will emerge. The rise of robo-advisers is one of them. What are the other two, and who will be the winners and losers of the rule?
The Department of Labor advises asset managers to be ready to comply with the fiduciary rule by the target implementation date of April 2017. Will lawsuits delay this plan?
The group is worried about investment fund costs, said CFA Institute managing director Kurt Schacht, CFA. Our study shows even a 1% annual fee can consume over 30% of investors’ returns over 40 years.
The US Labor Department has released its final fiduciary rules for retirement advice. While the rules steadfastly maintain their requirement for a best-interests contract for most arrangements between investors and nonfiduciary advisers, the federal agency relented on a number of troublesome implementation matters.
Since the Department of Labor issued its sweeping — and controversial — fiduciary rule proposal last April, the investment industry has remained largely divided on stricter requirements for investment professionals working with retirement plans.
From the Toshiba accounting scandal to the Labor Department’s controversial fiduciary rule proposal, 2015 has been an eventful year for capital markets.
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