…More on the Final Fiduciary Rule

So April has finally arrived … and so has the final fiduciary rule–as Andrew Holly mentions in our prior post. It comes about 40 years after the Department of Labor first published a fiduciary rule. That was before 401(k) plans and when ETFs were nothing but a twinkle in some Wall Street guy’s eye.

We expect lots and lots of summaries and discussions of the rule in the coming months. We hope to contribute our share. We are especially interested in hearing from clients–questions, concerns, speculaton, etc. Please let us know how these changes affect you and let us hear your questions.

We are really looking forward to the 3-column Federal Register version. It sort of tricks us into thinking there is less to read. We’ll post links to that as soon as they are available. In the meantime, here are some more handy links.

Bob Seng

With plenty of experience in private practice and as an Assistant General Counsel for Pay & Benefits in a Fortune 50 Company, Bob understands that employee benefits law isn’t for everyone. That’s why he takes pride in listening carefully and responding with clear answers and advice that can be followed by busy clients.

Andrew Holly

Andrew represents clients in a wide range of complex civil matters.

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