Retirement plan service providers might be changing their call center procedures because of the fiduciary rule, but how will it affect their asset retention rates? (Photo: Getty)

The majority of retirement plan service providers believe that the U.S. Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule will have a positive or neutral effect on their overall asset retention rate over the next two years.

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