The Investment Program Association is continuing its advocacy work on Capitol Hill with its Fly-in this year as it evaluates regulatory changes such as the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule. The IPA also plans to continue building relationships as changes loom
Joe Coradino This post is sponsored by Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT). As shopper demands change, retailers and developers are working to create locations that offer unique experiences that appeal to consumers. To position itself for the future, PREIT has
The Investment Program Association formed a Fiduciary Task Force, nicknamed the “Four Horsemen,” that participated in meetings and wrote comment letters to educate lawmakers and officials about the industry and its concerns over the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule. As a
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