The advocacy organization representing independent broker-dealers and independent financial advisors will press its policy priorities to lawmakers on Capitol Hill as part of a two-day summit in the nation's capital.

The Financial Services Institute's (FSI) Advocacy Summit, scheduled for Oct. 4 through Oct. 5, is expected to draw some 200 independent broker-dealer CEOs and independent financial advisors, providing an audience for key policy makers and other Washington players.

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