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What Is the Future of the DOL Fiduciary Rule?

As you evaluate the future of your client relationships, you may find it beneficial to know about the developments in the Department of Labor’s final Fiduciary Rule. Capital Group Senior Counsel Jason Bortz and Capital Group Head of Government Relations Clarke Camper discuss:

  • An update on the DOL rule’s implementation under the new presidential administration
  • Potential implications of these administration’s changes on the industry and FA practices
Date
Thursday, Feb. 02, 2017
Duration
45 minutes

Featured Speakers

Jason Bortz
Jason Bortz Associate Counsel
Clarke Camper Head of Government Relations

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