(Bloomberg) -- New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer is proposing that the state enact a law requiring financial advisors to disclose whether they put their own interests above those of their clients.

Stringer is calling for disclosure “in plain language” that would help ensure clients know whether their advisor works under a fiduciary standard or not.

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