In particular, such information and related information must be provided before or at the time of a financial advisory mandate, but must not be in writing. Oral disclosure of this information is permitted, although the PSC expert must continue to document that the information was indeed provided in a timely manner. On the other hand, PSC professionals who prefer to transmit the information in writing may continue to do so, including by e-mail (or with instructions to the client where they can obtain this information via the consultant`s website) if the client has otherwise agreed to communicate by e-mail. One of the essential aspects of the obligation to refrain from any conduct that is poorly reflected in CFP trademarks is that it requires not only compliance with the fiduciary duty of the CFP professional to customers, but also, more generally, the “ability” of a person to be a credible CFP professional. As part of its new standards of conduct, first approved on March 28, 2018 and coming into effect on October 1, 2019 and effective June 30, 2020, the PSC`s Board of Directors will impose new obligations on PSC professionals on how they manage conflicts of interest and disclose them to their clients, provide information on orders to clients and report disciplinary matters to the PSC Board of Directors itself (and with its terms and conditions of sale and cooperate with its investigations). We believe that the well-being of our customers comes first. That`s why we commit to the following five fiduciary principles: Fee-only financial planning means that we are paid exclusively by our clients. We do not receive external commissions, referral fees or kickbacks of any kind. This allows us to focus only on what is in the best interest of our customers.
7) Recommendation Compensation Agreements. Disclosure of the economic benefits of transferring or appointing additional persons (i.e.: turnover participation agreements and other recommendation remuneration agreements, which are discussed separately as part of the 15 obligations of a PSC professional to customers; and the terms and conditions define everything, from how CFP marks can be used themselves, the CFP-Board`s authority to conduct substantive audits (to confirm fitness), consent to compliance with the PSC Board`s enforcement actions, and approval of the PSC Board`s mandatory arbitration clause with respect to disputes with the PSC Board itself. . . .