That old saying — hope for the best, plan for the worst? Advisers soon might not have a choice, at least about the planning part.
The SEC on Tuesday proposed a new rule that would require RIAs to adopt formal plans for how their firm would respond to a major disturbance, such as a natural disaster or the retirement or death of principal.
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