Lawmakers are expressing deep concern about fiduciary issues that could reshape the advisor industry even as the head of the SEC took to Capitol Hill to defend the proposals.

Appearing before the House Financial Services Committee on Nov. 18, SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White endorsed the uniform fiduciary standard for advisors and brokers, saying that those who serve retail customers should be held to the same standard of conduct.

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