WASHINGTON -- An SEC advisory committee on Friday recommended that the commission appeal to Congress for authority to collect user fees from advisors to enhance its oversight of the RIA sector and enact rules to tighten regulation of broker-dealers.

Both proposals, which sailed through the SEC's Investment Advisory Committee on voice votes, call for tighter regulation of financial professionals to guard against conflicts of interest and other potential harms to retail investors.

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