A prominent House Republican is believed to be ready to propose that investment advisors be regulated by an organization that most likely would be FINRA, several sources say.

“It’s my understanding that a bill is likely to be introduced soon,” says Duane Thompson, a former managing director of the FPA who is now a senior policy analyst for Fi360, a firm with fiduciary training programs. Thompson adds: “But this is all subject to change.”

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