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%.
John Langbein, emeritus professor of law at Yale, accepted the Frankel Fiduciary Prize on September 16, 2019.
Financial advice does not necessitate thousands of hours of study to render. That means that it is not really a profession, according to Dan Solin.
Meet Margaret from Maryland. She had been relying on the advice of brokers for many years but contacted a fiduciary (CFP®) for a second opinion when the broker recommended that she buy another annuity to add to the two she’d already been sold.
First Ascent Asset Management, a portfolio strategist serving financial advisors, today announced that its founder and CEO, Scott MacKillop, is the recipient of the Investments & Wealth Institute’s 2019 Governance Insight Award.