As lawmakers take up legislation that would reshape the regulatory landscape for retail investment advisers, industry groups are poised to present sharply contrasting visions for where expanded oversight authority should be housed.

On Wednesday, the House Committee on Financial Services plans to hold a hearing to consider the Investment Adviser Oversight Act, a bipartisan bill that would empower a self-regulatory organization (SRO) to police the industry.

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