As Australia’s population ages, the incidence of elder abuse is expected to increase. This includes financial elder abuse, something financial advisers need to be able to identify and deal with appropriately.
In this ethics article, proudly sponsored by GSFM Pty Ltd, elder abuse and the ethical ramifications for advisers is discussed.
Reading this article and answering the quiz provides one hour (1.0) of ethics CPD.
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