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The Guide to Solving the DOL’s Final Fiduciary Rule Paper Burden

Under the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new, expanded fiduciary rule, any person, including a broker-dealer, providing retirement investment advice for a fee has a legal responsibility to act in each client’s best interest. The initial deadline to comply with this rule is April 10, 2017.

According to a report from Red Rock Strategic Partners, seventy-three percent of industry executives believe the DOL fiduciary rule will be either very or extremely disruptive. If the DOL’s new expanded fiduciary rule applies to you, Allen Meyer, partner at the Oliver Wyman consulting firm and a former head of compliance for corporate and investment banking, says “You have no choice but to get going now.”

The clock is ticking to renew contracts, BIC Exemptions, disclosure agreements and conflicts of interest documentation, but digital signatures can help you meet the deadline. With a secure digital signature solution to help you execute the mountain of paperwork, you can

Solve the DOL final fiduciary rule paper burden with digital signature

  • Save time and money
  • Strengthen compliance
  • Enhance your clients’ experience
  • Monitor and improve response rate

To comply with the DOL’s new regulations by April 10, 2017 and avoid damaging lawsuits, fiduciaries will have to cover a lot of ground. To ensure you and your firm are on the right track to complying and to learn how to easily re-paper accounts, download this free guide to solving the DOL’s final fiduciary rule paper burden. With this guide you will:

  • Learn what paperwork will change
  • Get tips to navigate the paperwork burden
  • Get a pre-fiduciary rule digital signature checklist
  • Get advice on how to prepare

Get the guide now.

A Guide to Solving the DOL Rule Paper Burden