Join us in giving thanks to all the news that 401k plans generate. There’s a special gem this week – maybe a hint at how the SEC will rule on the fiduciary standard.
An expected study reveals ETFs may be more dangerous than originally thought – and the nearly trillion dollar industry tries to shoot holes in it. Meanwhile, are we taking a giant step backward in reforming 12b-1 fees and the fiduciary standard?
If you’ve come to Fiduciary News for the water, then this week’s trending topics is just for you. It starts with a whole list of bad investment ideas, includes the continuing dilemma of pensions and a fiduciary fight and ends with a future issue.
If you give yourself some time to file an article you tend to be a little bit more thorough. It’s kinda like why “the fastest guns in the West” didn’t survive too long – they didn’t take the time to aim. This week’s news stories aimed well – and hit!
Just as we get the fallout from the new DOL fee disclosure rule, the DOL hits 401k Plan Sponsors with another whammy – a new definition of Fiduciary.
You won’t believe some of the articles that appeared this week – and supposedly high end publications!
What does the Fiduciary Standard, upside down mutual fund conventional wisdom and dullard annuities all have in common?
Out of The Fiduciary Forum comes a startling revelation – one that may change the way regulators regulate and the way fiduciaries seek to reduce their liability.
While pension problems trump annuity ideas and the fiduciary fracas festers, along comes the DOL to remind us they’re still in this game.
Find out what big PR push a certain sector of the financial industry started this week. Here’s a hint: You can thank Washington.