WASHINGTON – The Financial Services Institute launched an online social community on Tuesday modeled in part on LinkedIn and aimed at allowing advisors to network and connect privately.

While the institute has considerable broker-dealer support, the new community, called FSI Social, “is a no-recruiting zone,” FSI Chief Executive Dale Brown told advisors at the organization’s inaugural Financial Advisor Summit in Washington, D.C. “You can network with your peers” and connect in online forums without broker-dealers monitoring the activity, Brown pledged.

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