WASHINGTON – When advisers offer investment recommendations, they are duty-bound to act in their clients' best interests. Yet the SEC often fails to consider the potential impact on investors as it makes policy decisions, a commission official argues.
As a result, the agency should more rigorously examine its rulemaking proceedings, Rick Fleming, the commission's investor advocate, says in remarks at the annual SEC Speaks conference.
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