Small advisory firms and large wirehouses, banks, andbroker-dealers may find that the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rulewill affect how advisors are currently recruited—through sizeablebonuses that woo them to leave their current firms and move wherethe grass is greener.

One of the concerns specifically addressed within the pages ofthe fiduciary rule is recruitment compensation.

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