DOL Issues Fiduciary Rule FAQs as SEC Re-Enters Fiduciary Rule Debate


Posted on June 7, 2017, by Fred Reish in DOL Activity, SEC. Comments Off on DOL Issues Fiduciary Rule FAQs as SEC Re-Enters Fiduciary Rule Debate

Most of the articles on my blog are written from the perspective of an ERISA attorney. However, two of our securities lawyers recently drafted an Alert about the DOL’s recent guidance and the SEC’s engagement in the process. I thought you might be interested in reading article that is written from a slightly different perspective.







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