Over the last couple of years, there has been much discussion in the financial press about the Department of Labor's "Fiduciary Rule," designed to make all representatives, regardless of the exams they have completed, act "in the best interest of their clients" when advising on retirement investments. This is not a new concept to Darren.
"Investment Adviser Representative" is a title that is generically used in the financial industry. However, many states require representatives to pass a separate test to formally conduct business as an "Investment Adviser Representative". Darren Morgan has passed the Series 65 exam, which in Ohio qualifies him as an Investment Advisor Representative.*
Further, an investment adviser representative has access to investment products and services that many in the financial industry cannot offer.
"After I passed the Series 65, a whole new world opened up to me and my clients. Now we can do things together that I never thought possible," Darren commented. "Once clients experience the different strategies that an Investment Adviser Representative can offer, they rarely will go back and do things the old way. This became apparent to me several years ago, and I knew that I had to get my Investment Adviser Representative license in order to stand out from the competition."
Listed below are links to web sites that may be of interest to you. Feel free to visit these web sites.