SEC user-fee bill puts advisers on offense
Last year, investment advisers were playing defense on Capitol Hill on the issue of regulation. This year, they're on offense, and that gives the debate a different flavor.
“We're in the process of educating lawmakers – both on the House Financial Services Committee and the Senate Banking Committee – that there is an investor-protection problem that needs to be addressed and the user-fee bill is the best solution,” said Marilyn Mohrman-Gillis, CFP Board managing director for public policy and communications. Read more >
Mark Schoeff Jr.
March 15, 2013