The industry has responded to the new rule in a number of ways and this issue explores fiduciary topics from a number of perspectives.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) November 15, 2017
The September/October issue of the Investments & Wealth Institute™ Investments & Wealth Monitor focuses on fiduciary best practices in the context of the Department of Labor (DOL) fiduciary rule, which went into effect on June 9, 2017.
The industry has responded to the new rule in a number of ways and this issue explores fiduciary topics from a number of perspectives. From an in-depth examination of what a fiduciary is to an examination of best practices, this issue provides information for adjusting to the new standard at whatever level an advisor may be—new to the industry or seasoned professional.
Feature articles and authors include:
- Who Is a Fiduciary and What Does a Fiduciary Investment Advisor Do?, Blaine Aikin, AIFA®, CFA®, CFP®
- Weighing Your Options, John Nersesian, CIMA®, CPWA®, CIS, CFP®
- Using Tactical Investment Strategies in a Passive Investing Environment, Ricardo Cortez, CIMA®
- Pension Fiduciaries: Are You Leaving Money on the Table? Audit Your Tax Practices, Len Lipton and Mayte Alvarenga
- Neuro-Fiduciary: Impact of Behavioral Governance on Trust, Implications to ESG/SRI Strategies, Don Trone, GFS®
- Municipal Bond Strategies: Applying ESG Principles to Municipal Bond Portfolios, Lauren Kashmanian
- Fulfilling the Spirit of Governance, James Lumberg
- The Four Different Types of Fiduciary Financial Advisors, Michael Kitces, MSFS, MTAX, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL
- Five Traps for the Unwary: Due Diligence and the DOL Fiduciary Rule, Duane Thompson, AIFA®
- Can a Robot Be a Fiduciary? Scott MacKillop, J.D.
- Best Practices Arising from the DOL Fiduciary Rule, Marcia Wagner, J.D., Barry L. Salkin, J.D., and Livia Q. Aber, J.D.
Additional information is available at http://www.investmentsandwealth.org or contact Greta Gloven, director of communications, ggloven(at)i-w.org or 303-850-3079.
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