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Practice - Regulatory/Compliance
SIFMA Drafting Comprehensive Plan to Increase Investor Trust
by: Kris Frieswick
Thursday, July 11, 2013

SIFMA plans to unveil a comprehensive set of recommendations, including potential structural and regulatory options, to improve the “trust and confidence” of both Main Street and institutional investors who have lost faith in the financial industry, said Chet Helck, chair of SIFMA and CEO of Raymond James Financial’s Global Private Client Group.

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