As the debate over regulatory reforms in the RIA sector has resurfaced on Capitol Hill, industry groups on both sides of the issue are making their case to lawmakers and staffers in the hopes of either advancing or derailing legislation that would establish a self-regulatory organization to oversee RIAs.

On Wednesday, the same day that the House Financial Services Committee held a hearing to consider the Investment Adviser Oversight Act, members of the Financial Services Institute (FSI), which supports the bill, made the rounds on the Hill for around 30 meetings with members and staff.

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