Broker-dealers are waiting to see whether the Department of Labor softens its stance on the best-interest standard in the proposed fiduciary rule. If so, then it could quell industry threats to cut loose their smallest brokerage retirement client accounts.
Also hanging in the balance are questions about the impact on advisers of required documentation for qualified retirement plans, as well as how their compensation is being characterized by regulators.
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