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U.S. Capitol building The fiduciary rule is not considered a “major” rule, meaning it has an economic impact of less than $100 million, according to Labor’s regulatory agenda. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Employee Benefits Security Administration set aggressive goals in its fall regulatory agenda, perhaps none as ambitious as advancing a new proposed fiduciary rule by the end of the 2019.

EBSA issued a notice for public rule making on The Fiduciary Rule and Prohibited Transaction Exemptions in its fall agenda, which was released in November.

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