Many financial advisors today, including CFPs, call themselves “fiduciaries” but still possess conflicts of interest that are often not properly managed.
Institute and Industry Leaders
by Ron A. Rhoades, JD, CFP®
There are many prerequisites to becoming a true profession. Have we satisfied those requirements? And if so – do we desire to take the next step – seeking true status as a profession through legislation?
Deborah S. Bosley of The Plain Language Group has been recognized as a woman “leading the finance industry.”
Moisand Fitzgerald Tamayo, one of the Institute’s Real Fiduciary™ Practices Advisors, received the 2019 Trailblazer IMPACT Award™.
Dave Yeske, on the 50th anniversary of financial planning, notes its achievements and challenges in a balanced and thoughtful piece.
Columbia Law Professor John Coffee estimates the SEC rulemaking lowered the standard for advisers 75% and raised the standard for brokers 10%.