Proposals to create a self-regulatory organization for investment advisors and require advisors from all business types to adhere to a uniform fiduciary standard remain among the most divisive issues facing the financial advisory industry.

But after industry participants aired concerns about an SRO for investment advisors, Tuesday’s hearing on both issues before a subcommittee of the House Committee on Financial Services managed to provide a few conciliatory notes from all sides of the debate.

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