Electronic Messaging: OCIE Wants Advisers to Adopt Better Controls

Use of social media, texts and other types of electronic messaging, as well as employment of mobile and personal devices, count as business communications as much as email or paper documents. Advisers must establish proper policies and procedures, train employees, provide supervisory review and establish control over such communications and the devices used.
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