If federal regulators move ahead with a plan to impose a uniform fiduciary standard of care on investment advisors and broker-dealers, financial professionals anticipate that the cost of doing business will increase, with a result of higher client fees and more limited services, according to a new survey.
In a poll of more than 2,400 advisors and registered representatives of broker-dealers, the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, which has argued against the need for an expanded fiduciary rule, produced its survey in response to a request from the Securities and Exchange Commission for more data from stakeholders to inform its long-deferred rulemaking proceeding.
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