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Regulator says flawed communications left plan participants in dark about investment costs
The financial advice industry is priming the pump to increase sales of high-commission products
As consumers began to put more weight on preserving their retirement assets than growing them, fixed indexed annuity sales picked up.
The No. 2 seller of annuity products was reassured by new guidance issued by New York regulators.
New York regulators issued new guidance that puts the industry at ease.
The departures follow the news that Jackson National halted sales of some products in the state.
Legal and administrative challenges have stalled uptake by plan sponsors.
Others insurers are also poised to pull out of the New York market given the tougher sales standards.
This detail could catch clients off guard when they surrender or exchange a policy.
Large firms are well-situated to comply with the cost standards in the SEC's Reg BI given changes they made to prepare for the DOL fiduciary rule.
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