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Exclusive Interview: Skip Schweiss Calls Disclosure “Terrible,” Says It Would “Confuse” Investors

Schweiss says forcing brokers to abide by a fiduciary standard probably is “not a good strategy any more” and the government is no longer a viable part of the fiduciary solution.

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Exclusive Interview with fi360’s Duane Thompson: Dual Registration’s Impact on the Fiduciary Standard

In many ways, the fallout of the Merrill Rule made this debate what it is today.

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Will Broker Evolution Obviate the Fiduciary Standard Debate?

The anti-fiduciary standard tirade may merely be the tired last gasps of a once thriving business model.

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Is Dual Registration the Cause of Opposition to the Fiduciary Standard?

Did a Clinton-era misguided quid pro quo, ultimately approved during the Bush administration, lead to the house of cards we see today?

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