Top financial lobbyists converged on the White House last week in a failed bid to forestall an administration plan that would impose new rules on brokers who manage trillions of dollars in U.S. retirement accounts.

At issue is a Labor Department proposal to require brokers to act in their retirement clients' best interest, a standard known as fiduciary duty.

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