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Provisions in the tax bill will affect advisers and their clients alike.
We are kidding ourselves if we think it doesn't happen in the financial advice profession, if we think we are somehow different from testosterone-driven Hollywood, the technology industry or even the broader financial services industry.
Perhaps if the time allotted is expanded, cooler heads will prevail.
With most firms operating at or near capacity, firms need to step up their hiring and concentrate on building a workforce for the future.
Registered investment advisers and broker-dealers must continue to upgrade their cyberdefenses if they wish to avoid finding themselves in hot water with investors and regulators.
Be glad we've got something to chew on, but don't cheer too loudly, too quickly.
The Trump administration's proposed delay in the implementation of key parts of the DOL's fiduciary rule has opened a can of worms for the financial services industry.
Planners should serve where they are truly needed.
Clients, shaken by the scale of hurricanes, will be in need of their financial advisers' reassurance that their assets are safe and accessible.
The SEC or Congress should consider forming an independent commission to consider Finra's future.
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