Advisors May Face New Rules on ID Theft

The email looked like one of the clientís typical missives: sent from his personal account, written in his typical casual style. He would be traveling again and needed his financial advisor to wire about $40,000 to an overseas account -- a hefty sum for most, but nothing extraordinary for someone of this particular manís financial stature. Not enough to raise any red flags.

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