Top eMoney executives said investments it has made to comply with the Labor Departments fiduciary regulation will likely stick regardless of its fate.
Increased longevity will challenge the performance and use of products, said Sri Reddy, head of full service investments at Prudential Retirement.
While many retirement plan providers have recently introduced mobile apps, their capabilities are often limited.
Most funds will have until December to comply with the SECs new rules, while complexes with more than $1 billion in net assets have until 2019.
As executives accept Trump's fiduciary rule delay, many have shifted their focus to compliance with the SEC's new reporting modernization regulation.