September 24, 2015
Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) thanks NAIFA members for serving people saving for retirement and pledges to oppose the Department of Labor’s unworkable fiduciary rule proposal.
September 21, 2015
NAIFA Secretary Paul Dougherty, along with
Camille Simpson, Assistant Vice President and Counsel, Federal Affairs, MassMutual; and Peter Pastre, Vice-President, Global Government Relations, MetLife; made the case about how the Department of Labor’s fiduciary proposal would negatively impact customers and individuals as they prepare for retirement.
At a Sept. 18 briefing sponsored by the Financial Security & Life Insurance Caucus, the three spoke on how the rules would have a chil...
September 17, 2015
NAIFA President Juli McNeely issued the following statement:
NAIFA is pleased that Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) and more than 20 of her Democratic colleagues in the House have circulated a letter to Labor Secretary Thomas Perez supporting “improvements to the Dept. of Labor retirement investment rulemaking.” The members of Congress correctly point out that the proposed rule’s Best Interest Contract Exemption would create “practical problems for providers to implement the exemption as proposed...
September 11, 2015
NAIFA President Juli McNeely told members of two House subcommittees that the Labor Department's proposed fiduciary rule will hinder saving and hurt clients.
"There will be massive market disruption, and many middle-income savers will suffer without advice," McNeely said."
Testifying Sept. 10 before the House subcommittees on Oversight and Investigations and Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises, McNeely said NAIFA is concerned about the negative impact the rule wo...
September 10, 2015
At a House hearing on “ Preserving Retirement Security and Investment Choices for All Americans ,” NAIFA President Juli Y. McNeely, LUTCF, CFP, CLU, told members that the Department of Labor’s proposed fiduciary duty rules present “complex challenges” to financial advisors and clients, and impeding the providing of advice will only exacerbate the savings crisis in America. Among the points McNeely made in her testimony:
NAIFA remains concerned about the negative consequences that t...