Courtside seats and free bottles of vino may be a thing of the past once regulators are through retooling broker compensation.

The National Association of Securities Dealers of Washington has proposed a rule that would require brokerages and their registered representatives to tell customers whether they receive higher commissions for selling certain mutual funds. Brokers would also have to publish, in rank order, a periodic list of mutual funds that pay them for shelf space.

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