(Bloomberg) -- Stock brokers who switch firms will be able to keep their bonuses to themselves for at least a few months longer.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority withdrew a planned rule change that would have forced financial advisers who join new employers to tell their clients how much they got paid to do so. Finra, the industry-funded group that enforces brokerage rules, plans to revise the proposal later this year, according to George Smaragdis, a spokesman.
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