As the US Department of Labor prepares to let its fiduciary duty rule die, the SEC recently proposed a new standard of conduct rule for broker-dealers who provide recommendations with respect to securities transactions, including investment strategies. Rejecting… READ MORE ›
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 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)
A survey of what investors want revealed a gap between what investors expect from their advisers and what advisers are delivering. Strong communication with clients is key in closing the gap.
Longstanding business practices are under scrutiny, stoked by debates in the US over fiduciary duty and by the availability of low-cost automated financial advice globally. These issues are poised to change the investment industry as we know it.
Labor Department’s long-delayed proposal is the latest development in a long, winding path to raising investment advice standards.
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