As sharp lines have emerged within a prominent House committee over how to step up examinations of investment advisors, the panel's chairman has signaled that no legislation will advance without broad, bipartisan consensus.

An aide to Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.), who heads the House Financial Services Committee, confirmed to Financial Planning that competing proposals for where oversight of the sector should properly be housed won't come to a vote before fundamental differences are reconciled.

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