As Wall Street has become more regulated, compliance departments have become more vigilant. As a result, more advisors are being terminated. Infractions which in the past might have been handled by a slap on the wrist can now end up costing you your job.

Firms historically tended to protect their own, but these days they are more likely to err on the conservative side and set an advisor free. Let's not debate the merits of today's higher standards, but instead discuss what one should do if one is fired.

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