Investors May Lose as Congress Saves Money on Adviser OversightAlexis Leondis and Zeke Faux
Congress may hand oversight of almost 12,000 investment advisers to Wall Street’s self-funded regulator as a cost-saving measure. The price could be paid by investors.
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