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The CFA Institute is urging the SEC to adopt a simpler alternative to new fiduciary rulemaking and enforce the Advisers Act.

As the Securities and Exchange Commission begins to field comments on how the agency should regulate broker-dealers’ conflicts of interests, one of the country’s foremost fiduciary advocacies is urging a simpler alternative to new rulemaking: Enforce the laws on the books before crafting a uniform fiduciary standard.

Nick Thornton

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