SAN DIEGO -- LPL Financial President Dan Arnold likened compliance with the Department of Labor's new fiduciary rule to climbing an "ugly and difficult hill" at the organization’s annual conference.

But once it became clear the rule would be a done deal, LPL rapidly shifted resources from fighting it to figuring out how to adapt quickly to gain a market advantage over rivals, he said.

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