WASHINGTON -- Supporters of a broader and more rigorously enforced fiduciary standard are rallying behind a set of best practices they would like to see advisors and brokers incorporate into their practices.

The Institute for the Fiduciary Standard, which is organizing a series of events this month to raise awareness about the issue, has released a report outlining a code of conduct for advisors working with retail clients, and is working to promote the cause with a new partnership with NAPFA.

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