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How to prepare for the Department of Labor’s Conflict of Interest Rule

A five-step roadmap to meeting the DOL’s new regulations

The Department of Labor (DOL) Conflict of Interest Rule, which became effective on June 7, 2016, represents the single most profound change to retirement savings in the U.S. since the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Sixty percent of financial advisors believe the rule will have a negative impact on their businesses.

While the full extent of the rule won’t be known for some time, implementing a fiduciary program will be a significant undertaking for most firms.

Read our whitepaper to learn what the rule really means for financial advisors, and get a five-step roadmap to create a comprehensive fiduciary program before the December 31, 2017 deadline.

Download the whitepaper


Philip Pyburn is no longer with Slalom.

Philip Pyburn

Philip Pyburn is the practice area director of capital markets and compliance on Slalom’s Cross-Market financial services team. He has over 25 years of experience serving clients in capital markets, asset management, insurance, and wholesale/corporate banking. He earned graduate degrees in finance and IT at M.I.T. and Harvard, and is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS).

Titus Bosceri

Titus Bocseri is a Managing Director in Slalom's Cross-Market insurance practice. He has over 20 years of insurance experience centered on life, annuities, retirement services, and wealth management. Titus has helped insurance carriers accelerate development and the introduction of products and services; lower costs; comply with changing regulations; and better align business and technology investments. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School with a dual emphasis on corporate strategy and finance.