The Department of Labor Tuesday unveiled its much-anticipated rule proposal extending a fiduciary standard to thousands of brokers and advisers providing investment advice to clients on retirement accounts – but details on enforcement were still forthcoming.

The new standard would cover any adviser or broker receiving compensation for providing investment advice to a retirement plan sponsor, plan participant or IRA owner.

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