Labor Secretary Tom Perez, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and President Obama. Photo: Associated Press

Voya Financial, one of the biggest providers of retirement plans, has filed comments on the proposed fiduciary rule from the Department of Labor—and those comments are not full of praise.

“While we appreciate and agree with the DOL’s interest in advancing the well-being of worker and retiree savings, we’re concerned that the proposal, as it stands, would lead to unintended results that would limit consumer access to products, services and information,” Charles Nelson, CEO of Retirement at Voya Financial, said in a statement.

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