Robinson firm teaches advisers how to do right by investorsPittsburgh Post-Gazette
January 03, 2017
When Blaine Aikin started teaching 401(k) plan providers, investment managers and others the importance of putting their clients’ interests first, the only ones who wanted to listen were those who already believed it was the right thing to do.
“In a lot of ways, we were speaking to the choir,” recalled Mr. Aikin, 62, executive chairman of fi360, a fast-growing Robinson business that teaches investment professionals how to act as fiduciaries.
Now that the U.S. Department of Labor is in the process of implementing sweeping rules meant to impose fiduciary obligations on more industry personnel, fi360’s products and services are appealing to a larger audience. Read More.