When it comes to the fiduciary rule, advisers are no longer waiting for Godot.
By declining to delay the rule's June 9 implementation date a second time, Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta dodged potential lawsuits from fiduciary advocates and ensured that an industry which has spent millions to prepare for implementation will finally get on with it.
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