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DOL Fiduciary Rule Update: Changes Still in Store?

As we mentioned in a previous blog, modification to the Department of Labor (DOL) Fiduciary Rule remains possible. And while some see a high probability of change, there’s even a chance the bill could be killed altogether. Not only is the Fiduciary Rule facing another assault from the U.S. House, but the SEC may push […]

DOL Fiduciary Rule Facing Dual Threat This Week

When we last blogged about the Fiduciary Rule, it was about to go live. As we mentioned at the time, the specter of modification loomed large over the rule, even though many expected it to be the law of the land, for better or worse, for years to come. However, things may quickly be changing. […]

DOL Fiduciary Rule to Go Live Friday

Kingdom Trust has monitored the Department of Labor (DOL) Fiduciary Rule updates very closely over the past two years. The Rule is set to go into effect Friday, June 9, and many have already implemented the changes necessary for compliance. Implementation had been postponed following President Trump’s February 3 memo directing the DOL to examine […]

DOL Proposes Delay to Fiduciary Rule

The Department of Labor (DOL) proposed a rule Wednesday to delay Fiduciary Rule implementation for 60 days. Visit the Federal Register to view the rule. A 15-day comment period will begin from the moment the rule is published. The comment period regards a proposal to extend the applicability date of the rule. The implementation date remains at […]

Trump Orders Review of Fiduciary Rule

On Friday, February 3, 2017, President Donald Trump directed the Department of Labor (DOL) to examine the fiduciary rule. The President instructed the DOL to either rescind or revise the rule if certain determinations are made. Despite many news reports to the contrary, the President did not order an immediate delay of the fiduciary rule. […]

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