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SEC Lays Out Timeline for New Fiduciary Rule

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SEC Lays Out Timeline for New Fiduciary Rule

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The DOL rule took years, seemingly millennia, to be completely worked out (and it still wasn't good ha), and many advisors are wondering how long it might take the SEC to get to a final iteration of its pseudo-fiduciary rule. Well, the SEC has not laid out a formal schedule yet, but SEC chief Clayton said this week that he will make sure the SEC is "not going to take forever". Many have called for the SEC to extend the comment period on the new rule past its August 7th closing date, but the SEC has not said whether it will do so.

FINSUM : We are pleased with how quickly the SEC got its first iteration of its new rule out. We hope they keep the pace up to eliminate all the regulatory limbo in which the industry might find itself.

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