SSN President & CEO, Wade Wilkinson, Published on ThinkAdvisor.com

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We are proud to have an article written by Wade Wilkinson, President & CEO of Securities Service Network, published on ThinkAdvisor.com. The article “Top 3 Ways BDs Can Help FAs with DOL-Related Platform Shifts” focuses on three ways broker dealers can best help advisors select products and asset managers in a post-DOL era. Read the full article here. About Securities …

DOL Digest May 22, 2017

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IRA Rollovers from an ERISA Plan The DOL fiduciary rule will significantly change the information needed for IRA rollovers and the client disclosure documents when the rule takes effect June. 9. Securities Service Network will be updating its IRA rollover processes to comply with the new rule. The rule requires advisors and broker-dealers to document the specific reasons the advisor’s …

DOL Digest May 8, 2017

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What the DOL Rule Delay Means for Our Advisors As we communicated on April 5, the Department of Labor has delayed implementation of its fiduciary rule until June 9, with some aspects delayed until Jan. 1, 2018. At this time, we do not have any indication that the June 9 effective date will be postponed. The DOL’s definition of a …

DOL Digest March 22, 2017

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Anticipated Commission Product Changes If DOL Fiduciary Rule Not Delayed As you know, there is a great amount of uncertainty surrounding the rule. Based upon direction from the Trump administration, the DOL has proposed a 60-day delay to the April 10 applicability date of the rule to have more time to research issues raised in the President’s executive memo to …

DOL Digest February 21, 2017

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Delayed or Not: How the DOL Fiduciary Rule Is Transforming Commission Products We still await formal response from the Department of Labor (DOL) to President Trump’s executive order instructing the DOL to re-evaluate the fiduciary rule. The DOL reportedly filed documents with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) last week regarding how it will respond to the executive order, …