By Charles Tomlinson | April 25th, 2016 | Smart Blog on Finance
The Investment Program Association formed a Fiduciary Task Force, nicknamed the “Four Horsemen,” that participated in meetings and wrote comment letters to educate lawmakers and officials about the industry and its concerns over the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule. As a result of the the IPA’s efforts, some of its biggest concerns were addressed in the final version of the rule.
The task force was composed of Keith Allaire, managing director with Robert A. Stanger & Co.; Mark Goldberg, president and investment management chairman of Carey Financial; Nathan Headrick, managing partner of Triloma; and Wayne Souza, general counsel and an executive vice president of the Walton Group.
Goldberg, Headrick and Souza spoke with SmartBrief during the Investment Management Program’s 2016 Executive Leadership Summit, held in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
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