Fidelity is urging firms to "tone down" sales aspects of planning jobs when trying to recruit new Gen Y advisors, raising the hackles of at least one fiduciary expert.

"To the extent that the sales responsibilities are not fully disclosed, that's not a good thing," says Knut Rostad, president of the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard. "That's blatantly a bad thing to do."

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