Even though their wealth management revenue barely budged in 2015, banks and credit unions using third-party broker-dealers held on to one piece of very good news: their fee-based business was up a significant 17%.
This, of course, is a welcome development given the Labor Department's new fiduciary rule, which severely restricts advisers' ability to charge commissions for retirement-related advice.
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