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New Jersey Bureau of Securities (“NJBOS”) holds second public hearing on its Pre-Proposal for a Rule implementing a uniform fiduciary standard

As noted in our prior update, we continue to cover the NJBOS’ rulemaking activity relating to a uniform fiduciary standard applicable to all investment professionals.  On Monday, November 19, 2018 we attended the second public hearing held by the NJBOS.  There were approximately 40 attendees at the second hearing, with 16 speakers, representing diverse interests, … Continue Reading

Today the New Jersey Bureau of Securities (“NJBOS”) began public hearings on its Pre-Proposal for a Rule implementing a Uniform Fiduciary Standard for Investment Professionals

This morning we attended the first public hearing held by the NJBOS concerning its pre-proposal to adopt a rule implementing a uniform fiduciary standard for investment professionals, including broker-dealers and investment advisers.  The hearing was administered by New Jersey officials, including Christopher Gerold, Chief of the NJBOS.  There were approximately 40 attendees from diverse backgrounds … Continue Reading

New Jersey Bureau of Securities provides formal Notice of Pre-Proposal regarding Fiduciary Standard

Today the New Jersey Bureau of Securities began rulemaking on a proposed uniform fiduciary standard for investment professionals.  Attached below is the Bureau’s Notice of Pre-Proposal.  Comments on the Pre-Proposal are due to the Bureau by December 14, 2018, and the Bureau will hold two (2) informal conferences (on November 2 and November 19, 2018) … Continue Reading

No Uniform Fiduciary Standard – Not so fast says New Jersey

Earlier this week, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that the New Jersey Bureau of Securities would start rulemaking to “impose a fiduciary duty on all New Jersey investment professionals, requiring them to place their clients’ interests above their own when recommending investments.”  The rule is aimed at reconciling the different standards of care that … Continue Reading
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