The Labor Department's hotly contested proposed fiduciary rule continues to draw praise from supporters and the industry's ire.
In the latest volley SIFMA slammed the proposed rule, repeating previous criticisms that it has unworkable exemptions, would be cumbersome to implement and restrict clients' choices. But that wasn't all.
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