New SEC Commissioner Calling For More Study of Fiduciary Rule


The SEC’s newest commissioner, Daniel Gallagher, is not afraid of jumping right into the fray. In remarks before the National Society of Compliance Professionals, Gallagher put the brakes on a new fiduciary rule for advisers, saying the SEC must first determine if the change is even necessary.

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