When do you really need best practices?

In my most recent post  I argue for applying a best-interest-of-the-client standard for those who give investment advice.

But – paradoxically or not – when it comes to designing or evaluating compliance & ethics programs, you don’t always need to aim for the maximum.

In my latest column in the SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Professional (page 2 of PDF) I look at the issue of: How much is enough?

I hope you find it interesting.

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