PROVIDENCE – Numerous groups and officials weighed in last week on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation Best Interest proposal that sets a standard of conduct for securities brokers-dealers when advising clients. Many of those submitting opinions prior to the SEC’s deadline for accepting public comment said the proposal doesn’t offer investors enough protections.…
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