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bice

(baɪs)
n
1. (Colours) Also called: bice blue a medium blue colour; azurite
2. (Colours) Also called: bice green a yellowish-green colour; malachite
[C14: from Old French bis dark grey, of uncertain origin]
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In order to receive this prohibited compensation, the adviser will need to comply with the ICS requirements of the BICE.
Placing FIAs in BICE would have severe adverse repercussions for consumers by limiting choice in the IRA marketplace and would violate the spirit of the Harkin Amendment, which was adopted by Congress to distinguish regulatory treatment of FIAs from securities products," the group's website states.
Bice, who has his own record label Sugar Money and is lead singer of the legendary Blood Sweat & Tears, was an American Idol runner up in the fourth season.
Regarding Jones' probing on BICE, she "asked both parties why they did not address the relationship between the BIC and the EIAA exemptions in their briefs," Sweeney said, and "appeared exasperated when Shih could not explain why, how and whether the EIAA exemption might provide some clarity regarding whether investment product sales constitute investment advice.
Soft dollar arrangements appear to be doomed in regard to ERISA and IRA clients absent compliance with the BICE.
With or without a BICE, best interest standards will apply.
I asked Peter to explain what law imposes tax consequence on an IRA if the BICE or another prohibited-transaction exemption is not met.
The BICE is intended to implement a contractual fiduciary duty between advisor and customer.
The two associations also view as unrealistic (1) the DOL's estimate (60 hours) of the time required by a provider's in-house attorney to draft and review BICE-related disclosures; and (2) the number of brokers who would rely on the BICE exemption to maintain commissions (the DOL surmises half of all brokers; the industry believes the percentage will be "much larger.
As part of the plan, Bice and the state board of education created an Assessment and Accountability Task Force--which included teachers, parents and administrators--charged with finding a balanced and meaningful assessment solution statewide.
Ruggeri's ongoing personal involvement in the restaurant is a departure from his normal role as head of the international Bice Group, he said, where he delegates hands-on work to others.
While we're waiting for Mo's a breakfast and lunch spot by the people behind Caramel to open, cool your heels at Sapore di BiCE, another offshoot of the Italian restaurant group that includes the failsafe BiCE at the Hilton JBR and BiCE Mare at Souk Al Bahar.