How Do You Become the Best in the Business?

Contributed by Meghan Warren, special contributor

Breaking Down the Department of Labor’s New Fiduciary Standard, Part 1

By Meghan Warren, Special Contributor

Recently, Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta penned an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal announcing that the Department of Labor’s (DOL) long-debated fiduciary rule would not be delayed any further, and is set to go into effect on June 9.

Help Clients Make Choices

By Linda Corman
Special Contributor

Today, everyone faces a dizzying array of choices across all aspects of their lives—from what kind of coffee to drink to which dating website to search, to how to invest for the future.

Five Conference-Planning Trends at the 2017 IMCA Annual Conference Experience

By Sean Walters
CAE, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, IMCA  

Like all contemporary professions, the conference planning industry is evolving.  IMCA hosts more than 4,000 attendees at our 10 conferences and seminar programs each year, so I thought I’d share a brief post on what we’re doing to evolve.

Charge What You’re Worth

By Linda Corman
Special Contributor

To fend off the many threats that investment advisors face—from robo-advisors to competitors reducing fees—advisors need, above all, to learn to fully describe what they do for their clients, said Andrew McFetridge, CRPC®, national sales manager for the wirehouse channel of John Hancock Investments.


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