RIAs bracing for a pending rule that would subject the firms to the same anti-money laundering regime as banks and broker-dealers may get some relief from Congress.

Lawmakers called for revisions to the Treasury Department’s AML rules during a hearing Wednesday before a House panel. With Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network finalizing the new rule, bank executives and Republicans bashed the agency’s regulations.

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