The Retail Retirement Wars

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The Retail Retirement Wars

Although no one is paying much attention to it just yet, there is a battle brewing in financial services to create a next-generation retirement vehicle.

And because the winner stands to inherit the power to redirect $14 trillion dollars of mutual fund assets and disrupt long-standing retirement asset monopolies, this battle is likely to go down as the largest industry duel in the history of commerce – dwarfing the cola and software wars by trillions.

Read the two articles below on order to gain a firm understanding of who will prevail and what it will mean for both conventional financial services as well as FinTech.

Part 1:

The Battle to Launch a Next-Generation Retirement Product & Control $14 Trillion in Investment Direction

Click Here to Read Article

Part 2:

DOL Fiduciary Rule or Not – Why Brokerages will be Distancing Themselves from the Retail Retirement Market

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