Eccleston Law: Jim Eccleston and Christine Goodrich published in Practical Compliance & Risk Management for the Securities Industry

Posted on May 5th, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Jim Eccleston and Christine Goodrich were the co-authors of the article entitled "An Analysis of the Potential Impact of a Uniform Fiduciary Standard Upon Broker-Dealers, Registered Investment Advisers, and Dually-Registered Advisers" which appeared in the May-June 2013 issue of Practical Compliance & Risk Management for the Securities Industry magazine. The publication is a wrap-up of what's hot in the world of BDs; what developed over the previous year and is coming in the new one, and what firms must do about them.

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