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The Securities and Exchange Commission’s work on creating Regulation Best Interest could be delayed because the regulator is operating with limited staff as a result of the government shutdown. So reports Advisor News.

The Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives and Elad Roisman joining the SEC as a commissioner in September are additional factors that could complicate the creation of the rule.

Read the full article from Advisor News.

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