A Look Inside LPL’s DOL Fiduciary Strategy
Whether the rule is enforced Jan. 1 or not, the IBD will go forward with its new compliance tools, LPL's Bill Morrissey told ThinkAdvisor.
LPL Names 20 Fund Families on New Fiduciary-Friendly Platform
Some familiar names make the list of no-load mutual funds that will be offered, with several notable exceptions.
Edward Jones May Reverse Stance on Mutual Funds in Commission Accounts
The firm, like Merrill Lynch, is considering "options" for its investor clients as the DOL rule's future remains in doubt.
Despite DOL Fiduciary Suspension, Merrill, Morgan Stanley Roll Out Products
Despite the delayed applicability of the DOL fiduciary rule ordered by President Trump, advisors are providing guidance to small-business owners looking to offer 401(k)s.
The Fiduciary Standard: What Would Peter Drucker Say?
In the end, fiduciary best practices for all advisors are about leadership. Are you a leader?
Commission Clients Don’t Favor Switch to Fees: J.D. Power
Full-service clients have strong views on their retirement accounts and how they like to pay for them, a J.D. Power poll finds.
JPMorgan Abandoning Commissions … Or Not?
The firm told clients they have to move to fee-based or self-directed accounts, unless there is a delay in DOL's fiduciary rule implementation.
Merrill Opens ‘Pandora’s Box’ With Shift on Commissions: Analysts
KBW weighs in on what moving away from a fee-only approach could mean for recruiting, operations and legal issues.
NASAA’s Legislative Priorities for the 115th Congress
Congress should not only pass the SeniorSafe Act, but also require that at least one SEC Commissioner possess state securities regulatory experience.
Wall Street Should Put All Clients First
The fiduciary rule shouldn't apply just to retirement accounts; it should apply to all investment accounts, no matter the size and type.