WASHINGTON -- As advisors increasingly deal with issues of serving an aging client base, regulators are looking more closely at the policies and programs firms have in place to protect older investors.
Regulators increasingly expect firms to be able to show examiners what kinds of training programs they have developed to help employees spot signs of diminished capacity in their clients, according to Daniel Sibears, FINRA's executive vice president of regulatory operations.
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