Settlement Shows Peril of Failing to Disclose Conflicts of Interest

Advisers that receive more than fees when clients follow their recommendations and invest in entities from which the adviser receives a financial incentive need to be very careful. Conflicts of interest not only should be avoided - they must be disclosed.
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