Advisers unlikely to see major regulatory changes this year

06/12/2013 | (U.S.)

Regulators are not likely to enact major changes this year that would affect investment managers and financial advisers, analysts say. A uniform fiduciary standard, for example, will take until next year at the earliest, says Duane Thompson, a policy analyst. However, the Securities and Exchange Commission is moving forward on money market fund reform, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is likely to release a final proposal later this year requiring disclosure of recruitment bonuses.

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