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Dale Brown tells RIAs why SEC's fiduciary standard is too costly for their clients

Invoking his own parents' small nest egg, the FSI chief projects a 2015 Finra takeover of SEC duties for RIAs

Author Guest Columnist: Jimmy Moock April 26, 2013 at 4:26 AM
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Dale Brown: The SEC recognizes that working to harmonize standards is a good PR effort to improve its standing among consumer groups.


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