The civil suit filed against Goldman Sachs by the Securities & Exchange Commission alleging securities fraud could strengthen the argument to establish a universal fiduciary standard, according to legal experts.
The case against Goldman adds a “new dimension” to the debate over whether legislators should establish a fiduciary standard for everyone dispensing financial advice, Knut Rostad, chairman of the Committee for the Fiduciary Standard, said during a conference call Wednesday.
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