WASHINGTON -- When advisors make their case to members of Congress on issues like practice exams and fiduciary rules, they sometimes feel as if they're playing David to Wall Street's Goliath.

"We're kind of neophytes out there and we've got a long way to go," David Tittsworth, president and chief executive of the Investment Adviser Association, said this week at TD Ameritrade Institutional's fiduciary conference.

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