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What Might the New Administration Mean for the DOL Fiduciary?

1/25/2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Webinar

Overview

Who Should Watch

LIMRA Member Company employees who are engaged in the retirement industry.

Highlights

With the April 2017 "applicability date" fast approaching, Randy Hardock and Mike Hadley will provide a Washington, DC insider's view of potential steps that the Trump Administration and the new 115th Congress might take with respect to the DOL Fiduciary rule. Topics will include the impact of additional Q & A guidance from the outgoing Obama Administration DOL; political activities and ongoing lawsuits in connection with the regulation; the roles of the key players in the executive and legislative branches of government; the prospects for independent congressional action; and, most important, the potential administrative steps that the Trump Administration has available to delay or rewrite the regulation (consistent with the Administrative Procedures Act). The webinar will provide up-to-the-minute information on the status of the fiduciary rule and the timing of potential changes; how financial advisors and retirement plan sponsors are dealing with implementation; and practical advice that can be used to help you deal with the ongoing uncertainty.

Presenters

Jeff Brown
President, Student Health and Voluntary Benefits, Aetna, Inc.

Jeff Brown

President, Student Health and Voluntary Benefits, Aetna, Inc.

Jeff Brown leads the product strategy, pricing and positioning, distribution strategy, network strategy, and operations for voluntary business and Strategic Resource Company (SRC). Jeff joined Aetna from Colonial Life, where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, and led the company’s corporate strategy, planning and marketing activities including new product development, marketing programs, market research, brand messaging, and advertising. Jeff previously worked at Deloitte Consulting in New York where he advised insurers and employee benefits providers on a range of business issues, including revenue growth, mergers, strategy, and new product innovations. His extensive background in employee benefits also includes leadership positions at national benefits consulting and brokerage firms. There, he advised employers on benefit design and procurement strategies.

Contact us to learn more:

Debbie Boone

Senior Administrative Coordinator

LIMRA

(860) 298-3843

dboone@limra.com

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