PHOENIX-- Who will create and enforce a new, uniform fiduciary standard for not just brokers, but investment advisers, as well?
That's not clear yet, nearly eight months after passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. It could be self-regulatory organizations. It could be the Securities and Exchange Commission, Or it could be the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which already oversees brokers.
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