Guy, John
January 1995
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan1995, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
Do financial have either the right or obligation to comment on a client's decision-making? Who makes the best decisions, and who makes the worst? Evaluating alternatives and implementing plans is governance, and this article assumes that efficient governance produces better returns and greater client satisfaction. In addition, it suggests specific methods for improving governance of accounts managed by investment committee. Individuals can also use some of these techniques.


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