Fidelity Investments paid $660,000 to lobby Congress, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of the Treasury in the first half of the year, the Associated Press reports.

The firm’s concerns included mutual fund regulations, data privacy, identity theft, tax legislation and pension regulations.

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