Our Role as a Fiduciary

Not all Financial Advisors act as fiduciaries. As a Registered Investment Advisor Representative, I have a fiduciary duty to my clients, meaning I am obligated to always advise in my clients' best interest and disclose potential conflicts of interest.

A Fiduciary must:
1. Place the interests of the Client above the interests of the financial advisor and the advisor's firm;
2. Avoid conflicts of interest, or fully disclose material conflicts of interest to the Client, obtain the Client's informed
    consent, and properly manage the conflict;
3. Act without regard to the financial or other interests of the financial advisor, the advisor's firm, or any individual or
    entity other than the Client;
4. Act with the care, skill, prudence, and diligence that a prudent professional would exercise in light of the Client's
    goals, risk tolerance, objectives, and financial and personal circumstances; and
5. Comply with all objectives, policies, restrictions, and other terms of the engagement and all reasonable and lawful
    directions of the Client.