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CRM2 Guide 2016

The regulatory revamp of dollar-based disclosure for fees and performance, as well as suitability and risk, is complete. Learn how to respond when clients receive their new reports next year — and what to expect from further regulatory change.
 

In this Special Feature

  • From the editor

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  • Not done yet: Get ready for more rules

    As the investor protection juggernaut roles on, now is the time to have your say

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  • Crunch points: answers to your FAQs

    There are some hidden shoals in the CRm2 regime. regulators offer advice on how to navigate them

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  • Is Canada playing catch-up?

    Other countries have been more aggressive about investor protection

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  • Mind the gap

    CRM2-style disclosure could be coming for a range of insurance products

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  • CRM2 and Fund Facts: The fit

    How to help clients avoid confusion

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  • Tech support: Keeping up

    Despite a major push to meet deadlines, there is more to do

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  • Enforcement risks

    New rules usually bring penalties. Protect yourself

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  • Maintaining trust

    Client conversations are going to change. Get in front of the process by being prepared

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  • What’s in a name?

    Advisor credentials and titles are set to change, but an agreement on how appears to be a long way off

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  • Q&A: Clear and open

    Investment Executive senior editor Patricia Chisholm spoke with Erez Blumberger, president at financial services specialists AUM Law Professional Corp., about educating clients on the CRM2 reports and your role as a valued advisor in their financial decisions

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