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The draft of the executive order BenefitsPRO obtained specifically takes aim at the fiduciary rule’s Best Interest Contract Exemption. (Photo: AP)

The executive order President Trump has been expected to sign directs the Labor Department to delay the fiduciary rule to give the financial industry another six months to comply with the regulation, according to a draft of the order obtained by BenefitsPro.

Nick Thornton


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