White Pledges to Weigh Cost of Fiduciary Rule as Ketchum Revives SRO Fight

Waddell, Melanie
April 2013
Investment Advisor;Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p53
The article focuses on the renewing of the fiduciary rule in the U.S. it reports that as the investment advisors need to be examined and there is mo provision for this in current system, thus SEC is planning to make some rules. It mentions that Mary Jo White, Chairwoman of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), a federal regulatory body for securities transactions in the U.S., states that she would first review all comments received by the agency before standardizing the fiduciary rules.


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