WASHINGTON -- John Taft, head of RBC Wealth Management in the U.S., weighed in on extending fiduciary responsibilities to broker-dealers, saying any extension must account for the distinct business practices of the sector.

An extension also must acknowledge that certain essential broker functions could not survive under the same fiduciary standard that governs investment advisors, adds Taft on a conference call with reporters this week.

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