Unveiling IWI's Latest Insights on Fiduciary Challenges & Regulatory Changes
Posted by Allison Edmondson, Director of Communications
Nov 6, 2018 3:00:00 PM
Denver, CO — November 6, 2018 — The September/October issue of the Investments & Wealth Institute® Investments & Wealth Monitor focuses on the fiduciary and regulatory challenges facing the investments and wealth management industry today.
The past few years have brought many changes to firms and advisors’ fiduciary responsibilities from the 2015 U.S. Department of Labor fiduciary rule, later vacated in March 2018; to the April 2018 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission version of a fiduciary rule released for comment. The changing landscape of the industry’s regulatory environment requires close examination.
Feature articles and authors include:
Where’s Waldo? Finding the Fiduciary in Regulation Best Interest—Duane Thompson, AIFA®
The Harmonization Trap: Why Advisors Should Demand Truth-in-Labeling Rather Than a Uniform Fiduciary Standard—Scott MacKillop
Will Australia’s New Advisor Competency Standards Be a Road Map for U.S. Regulators?—Michael E. Kitces, MSFS, MTAX, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL
Fiduciary Update: Using ESG Factors in ERISA Plans—Dan Cassidy, FSA, CFA®
Women and Retirement Security—Nevenka Vrdoljak and Anna Rappaport
Cruisin’ For A Bruisin’ with TDFS: Five Reasons Why Target-Date Funds Should Be Made Safer—Ronald J. Surz
An Advisor Road Map to the Corporate Trustee Industry—Past, Present, and Future—Christopher N. Holtby, CPWA®
Mock Exams: Dress Rehearsals for the Real Thing—Ann F. Keitner and Conor I. Anderson
Crowdsourcing Organizational Ethics: Why We Need More Self-Governance—Carsten Tams
Implications for Advisors: Quantitative Easing to Quantitative Tightening—Bob Rice
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