Financial Planning Coalition Tells Congress to Support Fiduciary Duty

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Financial Planning Coalition Tells Congress to Support Fiduciary Duty

Mar 29, 2011

The Financial Planning Coalition held a conference call on Tuesday about its letters to Congress “urging support for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in establishing a fiduciary standard,” the announcement said, and urging Congress to adequately fund the SEC so that it could meet its regulatory responsibilities.

We have “urged Congress to support SEC in creating a rule extending fiduciary standard of care, as it applies to investment advisors, to brokers,” says the CFP Board’s Managing Director, Public Policy, Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis. This “important consumer reform is long overdue.” Read more >

Kathleen McBride
March 29, 2011

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