Bank advisers, hang onto to your hats. Your jobs are about to get much harder and your pay is likely to be much less, thanks to the DoL's new fiduciary rule.

The rule's push to discourage commission business and avoid potential advisory conflicts of interest will challenge advisers and the money they make for their institutions, according to Peter Bielan, a principal of research firm Kehrer Bielan Research & Consulting.

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