Wall Street Splits With Smaller Firms Over Broker-Rule LawsuitBy
Big banks favored compliance over fighting Labor Department
Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley said to have opposed court battle
Some of the biggest Wall Street banks opposed an industry decision to sue the U.S. Labor Department over its new broker rules, exposing a fissure between the companies and their smaller competitors, people familiar with the matter said.
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