DOL, SEC Fiduciary-Related Rules to Be a ‘Heavy Lift’: Attorney Choi

Business Transactions   |   Financial Services Regulatory   |   Life, Annuity, and Retirement Solutions   |   Private Equity and Venture Capital   |   Securities Transactions and Compliance   |   Securities & Investment Companies   |   January 25, 2019
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Carlton Fields’ Shareholder Richard Choi was featured in a Q&A profile published by ThinkAdvisor, a top news publication for investment and financial advisors and attorneys. Choi discussed this year’s regulatory landscape for advisors and broker-dealers.
READ: “DOL, SEC Fiduciary-Related Rules to Be a ‘Heavy Lift”

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