Anticipating the Trump administration could derail the Department of Labor's contentious fiduciary rule, groups like the CFP Board are adopting a defensive strategy: focus on preserving investor protections from the previous administration, rather than championing new regulations.
"Top of the list here is of course supporting and defending the DoL fiduciary rule," says Maureen Thompson, the CFP Board's vice president of public policy.
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