House Republicans have indicated that they will hold a hearing in coming weeks on the fiduciary study as well as another report about a potential self-regulatory organization for advisers. A date hasn't yet been set.
In the meantime, interest groups are meeting with congressional staff members to parse Capitol Hill sentiment on the issues.
"We're trying to get a sense of where the mindset is," said Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis, managing director of public policy and communications at the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. Read more >
Mark Schoeff Jr.
May 8, 2011