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Wells Fargo won't drop commission retirement accounts

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

Wells Fargo Advisors said it will continue to allow the payment of commissions to its 15,000 financial professionals for retirement accounts after the Labor Department's fiduciary rule goes into effect. The company said retaining commissions on individual retirement accounts and 401(k) plans preserves customer choice. InvestmentNews (12/02)


Oil prices, US policy accelerate bond sell-off

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

Mnuchin confirms Trump to nominate him as Treasury secretary

SIFMA SmartBrief | Nov 30, 2016

Credit Suisse faces $16.5 million FINRA fine, despite being "not guilty"

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Insurance group asks court to postpone fiduciary-rule enforcement

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Goldman rearranges financial institutions group's leadership

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

IFRS not in US' near future, SEC official says

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Report: US fails to halt money laundering

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

CFTC seeks comments on position limit rules

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Fiduciary-rule challenge rejected by US judge

SIFMA SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016


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