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Editorial: Obama's fiduciary plan to raise cost of investing

SIFMA SmartBrief | Feb 27, 2015

President Barack Obama recently pushed a proposal that would subject brokers and other financial professionals who give retirement account advice to a fiduciary standard. The proposal would raise the cost of investing and remove choices for middle-class investors, according to this editorial. Read SIFMA's statement on how the proposed Department of Labor regulation could adversely affect retirement savers. Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The (02/25)


SEC's Gallagher cautions about bond market when rates rise

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 03, 2015

Big firms won't automatically be deemed SIFIs, Lew says

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 04, 2015

Mutual fund companies moving billions into trusts

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 05, 2015

Fiduciary proposal could hurt defined contribution plans, experts say

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 03, 2015

SEC adopts FINRA rule on public arbitrators

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015

MSRB sees muni disclosures up significantly

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 05, 2015

Regulators seen getting more specific on cybersecurity

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015

Leveraged-loan market exhibits signs of recovery

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 04, 2015

IEX hires former NYSE exec as it moves to become exchange

SIFMA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015


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