SAN DIEGO – Advisers face a future marked by a smaller menu of choices among mutual fund share classes, according to a half dozen experts.
The Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, SEC enforcement and long-term trends toward lower expense ratios are cutting down on the alphabet soup of offerings, said panelists at last week’s Pershing Insite conference. Such factors pose a huge impact on Class C and Class T shares in particular.
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