WASHINGTON – As the requirements of the new fiduciary rule begin to take effect next April, and then more fully in 2018, the Department of Labor will rely on its staff lawyers and investigators to carry out enforcement, Labor Secretary Tom Perez says.

The agency plans to evaluate broker-dealers’ policies and procedures on retirement advice, and has vowed it will be “closely monitoring” institutions as they roll out new policies and procedures in the coming year.

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