Advisers, brokers and financial firms may finally receive legal cover if they report incidents where they believe elderly clients might be the victims of financial abuse.

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are trying to build momentum behind the Senior Safe Act, which also has the backing of organizations such as the Investment Adviser Association, SIFMA and the Insured Retirement Institute — trade groups that are not always aligned on other public policy issues.

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