Joel Weiner on Codes of Ethics, Easy Ethical Lapses, and Those Very Gray Areas

Lee, Shelley A.
August 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2007, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p16
Academic Journal
An interview is presented with Joel Weiner, president and chief executive of Professional Training Services, Inc. He believes that, in general, Certified Financial Planners have a good understanding of their code of ethics. In his view the complexity of modern financial products has introduced new ethical considerations. He believes that in coming years the profession will place a greater emphasis on enforcing ethical codes.


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