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On SEC Chair Mary Jo White and the Investment Adviser Regulation Debate
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[Opinion]
Nov. 18, 2014
"When asked where the SEC is going to come down on the issue of fiduciary standards, White waffled.... Responding to a query on the fiduciary standard issue, White said, 'Care needs to be taken to ensure we're not harming investors by driving away service providers in the brokerage space.' That's right: White is concerned that investors could be harmed if a new fiduciary standard for fund salespeople meant they could not sell as hard or as inappropriately as they do now."

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