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How Fidelity used a robo-advice exemption to stick the landing as a fiduciary to 401(k) participants after the tumult of the DOL rule

The Boston king of DC plans had to withdraw from advising plan sponsors but followed a 12-year-old rule that permits a 'computer model' for the little guys

Thursday, October 11, 2018 – 3:37 PM by By Lisa Shidler
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Lou Harvey: They're giving advice for free and everyone else will have a dickens of a time beating a zero cost offering.

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TD Ameritrade's board suddenly pushes out Tim Hockey after his big misread of RIAs; Tom Bradley name-dropped as successor

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Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy

October 11, 2018 — 7:58 PM
That works as long as the participant is enrolled in a plan that has Fidelity as custodian...of course 75% of the plan assets reside elsewhere.

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