ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- After the second comment period of the Labor Department's proposal for a fiduciary standard, Raymond James' CEO Paul Reilly still says it's "not a good" rule.
In his opening address to the Raymond James' 21st Women's Symposium, Reilly gave attendees an update on the overall state of the firm and touched briefly on how the rule might change things for advisors moving forward.
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