Financial Advisors and Insurance professionals have a tremendous ethical responsibility to their clients. These financial professionals are placed into a position of trust, whereby the advice, recommendations and solutions they provide in their practice can have a substantial impact on their client’s future and financial well-being.
The sad reality, however, is not every financial professional subscribes to this belief of service above self. Some demonstrate very poor ethical decision-making ability, led by their own personal gain over their personal integrity.
As such, the financial services industry provides ethics training programs for advisors in an attempt to increase employee sensitivity toward and awareness of ethical issues.
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