In what could amount to a break with former comments, Merrill Lynch could delay changes it pledged to make to comply with the fiduciary rule.
"We may need to adjust the timelines for certain operational changes we have announced to ensure an orderly transition and a good client experience," said Andy Sieg, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, in an emailed statement.
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