A.D. Banker & Company has combined its education and outreach efforts with the law firm of Bressler, Amery & Ross to offer a series of complimentary, live webinar presentations entitled: Senior and Vulnerable Investor Protection.
The webinar features an esteemed panel of attorneys, led and moderated by Richard Szuch, who manages Bressler's Senior and Vulnerable Investor Group—a team of more than 25 attorneys who provide end to end advisory solutions and litigation support for clients confronting senior/vulnerable investor issues.
In a recently published Client Alert, Richard's explains the urgent relevance of this training:
"Recent publicity regarding 97-year-old Prince Phillip’s car accident has sparked a louder debate about whether older drivers should continue to be allowed behind the wheel. Financial advisors around the country face the moral equivalent of this scenario daily, with more and more investors suffering from cognitive decline or dementia that makes them no longer fit to drive the decisions about how they should be invested. The sense of urgency is of course heightened by the fact that frauds targeting the aging investor pool are becoming more frequent and sophisticated.
Financial service professionals who interact with clients cannot change the demographics or the acts of fraudsters. If, however, the firm’s advisors are educated about the issues that they will confront and how to confront them, then they can mitigate and possibly prevent client harm.”
The webinar is customized for C-Suite compliance officers, with a focus on broker-dealer and investment adviser compliance with the Senior Safe Act, state report and hold laws, FINRA’s new exploitation rules and state adult protective services laws.
Dates & Times
April 10, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm Eastern
May 14, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm Eastern
Seating is limited - CLE credits are available in certain states
Anyone interested in registering, or seeking more information on A.D. Banker's newest certification training course: Financial Exploitation - Protecting the Senior Client, should email email@example.com.