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SEC Advice Rule: What you need to know immediately

This webcast is now available on demand. Simply register and you can view it at any time.

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s final investment advice reform package has been more than a year in the making. Regulation Best Interest requires brokers to take on a more client-focused mindset than their current suitability standard, but just how far does it go toward a true best-interest responsibility?

The day after it’s finalized, InvestmentNews senior reporter Mark Schoeff Jr. and Fred Reish, partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath, will speak with managing editor Christina Nelson and answer your questions about the rules. Did the SEC waste an opportunity to better protect investors or will the revised rules meaningfully ensure a clients’ best interests are met? What will any changes mean for how brokers and advisers conduct their daily business and interactions with clients?

Also find out which commissioners and interest groups are backing the final rule and who will be most impacted by the changes — and when.

In this exclusive webcast, we'll review:
  • How do the final rules change broker responsibilities?
  • Will RIA standards change?
  • When and how will the industry respond to the new rules?
Panelists
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Mark Schoeff Jr.
Senior Reporter
InvestmentNews
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Christina Nelson
Managing Editor
InvestmentNews
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Fred Reish
Partner
Drinker Biddle & Reath






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