Thursday, June 26, 2014
Calling yourself an expert may expose you to damages. Best Practices
Most advisors are general financial practitioners, but some hold themselves out as experts in specific financial planning areas and product lines. Often, biographies posted by advisors on their LinkedIn accounts list areas of expertise. That promotion could be used as legal fodder against an advisor. And holding yourself out as the QB or CFO of your client's concerns positions you as the main target in litigation, even if your team member made the mistake or omission. Syndicated financial columnist and talk show host Steve Savant interviews Ilya Lerma on this episode of "Let's Get Down to Business."
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