Unlike the Appeals Court, Barbara Roper doesn’t think theDepartment of Labor’s Fiduciary rule is “too broad and unreasonable.”
The timing of our podcast is impeccable.
Barbara is Director of Investor Protection for the Consumer Federation of America. CFA is an alliance of approximately 300 pro-consumer organizations which, in turn, represent more than 50 million individual consumers.
The former art history major rivals Senator Elizabeth Warren’s ferocity in her outspoken defense of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule. She patrols the legislative front line in the battle to protect investors from financial predators.
Barbara and Micah Hauptman, her legal counsel, are pit bulls in their uncompromising approach to dealing with the garbage spewed by armies of consumer unfriendly financial services lobbyists.
Anthony is currently heading the Educator/403(b) Division at Ritholtz Wealth Management LLC. The goal of our division is to transform the way teachers save for retirement. For disclosure information please see here.