Proposed legislation by the Securities and Exchange Commission to have single family offices register as investment advisors is part of the financial regulatory reform negotiations currently being debated in the Senate.
But some worry that single family offices have become the unintended targets of legislation meant to tackle exploitative and dishonest advisors.
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