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What seven attributes define RIA integrity and why -- unlike standalone 'fiduciary care' -- Wall Street finds it radioactive

Doing the 'right thing' by investors leaves plenty of room for Wall Street to play its patented game of blurring the edges, warns editor-in-chief Brooke Southall responding to RIABiz readers who disagreed with his earlier op-ed

Author Brooke Southall December 5, 2017 at 6:45 PM
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Brooke Southall: An advisor joining a smaller business unit is suddenly in a crucible where his or her integrity is exposed for all to see.

Stephen winks

Stephen winks

December 5, 2017 — 7:40 PM
Restoration of the trust and confidence of the investing public requires the integrity of the advisor which is not possible without the ongoing accountability for recommendation that wall street opposes. Scw
Stephen Winks

Stephen Winks

December 6, 2017 — 3:28 PM
Unitil it is common knowledge that the brokerage/insurance lobby denies the "retail investor" the same consumer protections accorded to all other investors, the investing public will not know they have misplaced trust in the broker's ability to act in their best interest.. Brokers are incorrectly presumed to be fiduciaries and are prohibited from acting as such by the internal compliance protocol of their b/d. SCW

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