State and federal examiners increasingly expect advisors to have a business continuity and succession plan in place, even if they aren't bound by a specific rule mandating a formal policy.
So argues Patricia Struck, the Wisconsin securities administrator who led the development of a model rule recently approved by NASAA, the association of state securities regulators.
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