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Poll: Are you worried about the proposed disclosure rule?

It seems to be top of mind for brokers across the country – but just how worried is the industry about a proposed rule that would force them to disclose to clients how much commission they make on deals?

Poll: Are you worried about the proposed disclosure rule?

 
It seems to be top of mind for brokers across the country – but just how worried is the industry about a proposed rule that would force them to disclose to clients how much commission they make on deals?

Take our poll and let us know.
 
  • Victor Simone on 2015-12-09 12:59:58 PM

    The question is : When will FICOM protect borrowers with mandatory E & O Insurance, instead of hurting it's own stakeholders ?

    Any change like this should include discussion with it's own stakeholders, instead of being the guy behind the curtain.

    We don't need the Wizard of Oz approach, but an open discussion.

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