2017 InvestmentNews Regulatory Roundtable
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 1:46
The supporters for the fiduciary rules are broad, according to Micah Hauptman of the Consumer Federation of America, but support seems to be divided along party lines. How will this impact retirement savers?
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 2:26
Maureen Thompson of the CFP Board has worked in Washington for more than 30 years, and she says it is more divided than ever. Why has compromise dissolved?
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 2:02
With a 60-day delay on the horizon, what kind of changes will the Department of Labor make to the fiduciary rule? Kevin Mayeux of the NAIFA says changes could be "substantial."
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 2:06
One of the big problems facing financial advisers today is the confusion over what an "adviser" is. James Allen of the CFA Institute says if someone wants to call themselves an adviser they should be held to a fiduciary standard.
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 1:10
Despite the enthusiasm from RIAs, Ira Hammerman of SIFMA says the new rule could have a lot of negative ramifications.
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 1:19
With a Republican in the White House, advisers can expect less regulation. But how could this impact them and their clients? Duane Thompson of fi360 offers some insights.
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 3:22
With this climate of change in Washington, what are the top priorites of our regulatory experts.
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 1:29
The ability to save with tax deferrals can't afford to be swept away by tax reform. Cathy Weatherford of the IRI says this is an issue that can't afford to be divided along party lines.
April 05, 2017 | Runtime: 1:01
Are we moving toward an even more passive approach to investing? Cathy Weatherford of the IRI explains her concern.