The financial adviser Code of Ethics seeks to impose ethical duties that go above the requirements of the law. While those laws may be clear, anything open to subjective interpretation can be prone to ‘grey’ areas – unfortunately, not everything is black and white or clear cut. This article explores those grey areas in the context of ethics and financial advice.
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