Take the quiz: Are your client review tactics compliant?

Test your knowledge with these 5 scenarios of sharing client reviews to figure out if you're compliant

Apr 9, 2014 @ 12:30 pm

By Liz Skinner

Now that the SEC has allowed advisers to use third-party client reviews on their websites or social-media pages, it's time to figure out what kinds of uses will run afoul of industry regulators. Test your compliance knowledge with these five client review sharing scenarios to figure out if you're up to speed.

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