WASHINGTON — Dealers are urging regulators not to impose fees on them to help fund the Governmental Accounting Standards Board until after a congressional watchdog agency completes a study of the standards setter.

In a letter sent to the Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association argued that the study, which the Government Accountability Office must conduct within the next six months, will influence the SEC’s views on this matter.

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