By Fred D. Fischer, President Wealth management firms by definition cannot hold themselves out to be “Investment Counsellors.” The Investment Advisors Act of 1940, regulating “Registered Investment Advisers” in the U.S., states that a substantial part of its business consists of rendering investment supervisory services. Wealth managers earn a portion of fees by providing financial…
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