As the Department of Labor mulls over reams of industry comments on its proposed fiduciary rule, banks are grappling with an important question if the rule goes through: Should or shouldn't they take the Best Interest Contract exemption?
The exemption will allow banks to continue charging commissions for advice on retirement accounts provided they comply with rigorous disclosure requirements that analysts say could potentially increase costs significantly.
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