Unpacking the SEC's guidance on client reviews

Kitces digs into recent news that advisers won't be dinged for client reviews on third-party websites

Apr 11, 2014 @ 11:28 am

In the wake of news that the Securities and Exchange Commission issued guidance on customer reviews of advisers that are posted on third-party websites such as Yelp, blogger Michael Kitces, partner and director of research for Pinnacle Advisory Group, talked with InvestmentNews editor Fred Gabriel about the impact on advisers.

In the wake of news that the Securities and Exchange Commission issued guidance on customer reviews of advisers that are posted on third-party websites such as Yelp, blogger Michael Kitces, partner and director of research for Pinnacle Advisory Group, talked with InvestmentNews editor Fred Gabriel about the impact on advisers.

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