Firms are scrambling to overhaul their recruiting strategies in the wake of new regulatory guidance on the fiduciary rule, which said that the back-end awards that are part of many recruiting deals "can create acute conflicts of interest."
Head hunters, managers and other industry insiders say the department's new regulations have reset the rules of the recruiting game — but no one knows what new deals will look like.
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