I asked about a dozen wirehouse advisors in recent weeks whether they felt that they always acted in their clients best interest, as their fiduciary. Everyone said yes.
Is there a wealth management CEO who would not tell a high-net-worth client that the preservation and growth of his or her wealth is the most important responsibility that his firm has?
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