Rule curbing fees could squeeze wealth managers

The so-called “fiduciary rule” could curb expenses for retirement savers by $17 billion each year, but end up unfairly squeezing smaller players in the wealth-management community and hurt some investors. The U.S. Department of Labor rule started to roll out in June and is designed to mandate financial advisers be fiduciaries and provide financial advice…

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