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The Next Chapter in the DOL’s Fiduciary Rule Saga: Relief for Investment Advice Fiduciaries

On June 29, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) returned to its long-running fiduciary rule project for the first time since 2018, proposing a new framework to address the receipt by an investment advice fiduciary to retirement plan investors of otherwise prohibited compensation (such as commissions, trailing fees or revenue sharing) and to permit certain principal transactions with fiduciaries.

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The SEC Strikes Again: Undisclosed Executive Perks & Related Person Transactions


Time to Read: 1 minutes Practices: Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits, Securities & Public Companies

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Two recent SEC enforcement actions involving executive perks and related person transactions are a reminder that disclosure deficiencies in these areas can attract SEC scrutiny. The extent to which this represents a new trend or merely the carryover of investigations started under the prior leadership remains to be seen, but the recent activities warrant renewed attention to these matters.

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