Maryland

Stradley Ronon’s Fiduciary Governance Group cited for identifying state-wide trends on fiduciary legislation

The Fiduciary Governance Group’s tracking and analysis of the various state fiduciary developments was referenced in a recent planadviser article on New Jersey’s new proposal.

Jackson thinks a strong enough Reg BI might allay the states

Bill Mandia and George Michael Gerstein discuss the race for fiduciary regulation at the federal and state levels

As reported, Maryland fiduciary bill fades away

Maryland: Fiduciary Legislation Update

According to Matt Crawley, senior policy analyst with the government affairs firm MultiState Associates, Senator Rosapepe is expected to remove the fiduciary duty provisions from SB 786 and its companion HB 1127 due to overwhelming opposition to those provisions. The Maryland legislative session is set to end on Monday, so he expects to see the amendments materialize either later this week or over the weekend as part of the session’s final countdown.

Maryland asked to abandon its fiduciary rule ship

Our interview with The Intercept

Mixed signals from the states?

Fiduciary Governance Group featured in InsuranceNewsNet Magazine regarding the multiple “best interest” legislative and regulatory state proposals on annuity sales

InsuranceNewsNet Magazine just published an insightful article on the various state best interest proposals regarding annuity and insurance sales within the broader NAIC context. The Fiduciary Governance Group’s analysis was featured.

An increasingly growing web of fiduciary compliance