Self-Report or Not: Consider Whats at Stake

The SECs recent share class initiative - in which the agency promises not to charge civil money penalties to advisers that voluntarily report that they placed clients in certain share classes when less expensive classes were available - has cast a spotlight on the question of whether self-reporting is a good idea.
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