MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — The fate of the fiduciary rule may be shrouded in uncertainty, but RIAs who aren’t taking steps to implement the new regulations are making a big mistake, says TD Ameritrade executive Skip Schweiss.

Speaking on a panel at the annual MarketCounsel Summit, Schweiss, managing director of adviser advocacy for the custodian, pulled no punches: Advisers who “call a time out” in the wake of Donald Trump’s election are running “a real risk to [their] business.”

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