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A recent court decision could put the Department of Labor out of the fiduciary-reform game in favor of the SEC, where such efforts are already underway. Or it could let a deregulation-minded administration smother the initiative altogether. Which outcome do you think is likelier?
|Fiduciary reform gets done in the SEC alone.|
|Fiduciary reform gets swept under the rug.|
|The Client - Finding and winning new clients||The Client - Client retention|
|The Client - ERISA plans/institutional management||The Client - Behavioral finance|