WASHINGTON — Fidelity Investments, BlackRock Inc. and PIMCO are battling efforts by regulators to consider labeling asset management firms as systemically important.

The three asset management companies were among more than two dozen firms, industry stakeholders and lawyers that filed letters in an effort to discount the credibility of a report released by the Office of Financial Research in October.

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