SIFMA plans to unveil a comprehensive set of recommendations, including potential structural and regulatory options, to improve the “trust and confidence” of both Main Street and institutional investors who have lost faith in the financial industry, said Chet Helck, chair of SIFMA and CEO of Raymond James Financial’s Global Private Client Group.

The recommendations, which have not been finalized but which will be based on six months of “decisive” research on all aspects of the investor and financial communities, will be released at SIFMA’s annual meeting in November, said Helck.

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