Implementing a Fiduciary-Driven Client Service Model

Fisher III, Frank W.
July 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2011 Practice Management Solutis, p22
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the steps on the implementation of the fiduciary-driven client service model for the financial advisers in the U.S. The financial advisers are recommended to understand the client needs before implementing the model. It highlights the importance to conduct a re-evaluation and modification of the plan if dissatisfaction persists among the staff. Moreover, a debriefing must be performed once a week to ensure the accountability of each staff and to put into writing the tasks the personnel.


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