February 08, 2018

Views: How to Determine ‘Reasonable’ Compensation for a Broker

Los Angeles partner Bruce Ashton and Chicago partner Josh Waldbeser penned an Employee Benefit Adviser article titled “Views: How to Determine ‘Reasonable’ Compensation for a Broker.” The article explores the “reasonable compensation” requirement of the Best Interest Contract Exemption and its implications for broker-dealers and advisers. Bruce and Josh discuss the meaning of “reasonable” under the statute and explain how broker-dealers and firms can ensure their compliance with the requirement.

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