Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley are going in opposite directions once again, as the former told advisers that its grid is unchanged under next year's comp plan while the latter raised some hurdles by 10%.

But even as these two firms and others roll out new compensation plans, some industry experts say broker pay could change in unexpected ways next year as wealth management firms move to comply with the Department of Labor's new regulation.

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