How do you tell a good financial advisor from a fraudster?

How do you tell a good financial advisor from a fraudster?

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Published on:

April 27, 2022

The key to avoiding investment fraud is research and gaining good financial advice from reputable sources.

And Research by the University of New South Wales Business School has found an interesting link between Australia’s diminishing number of financial advisors and financial crime.

UNSW Business School’s Prof Jerry Parwada highlights the research in this article and provides useful tips on how to avoid bad advice!

> UNSW's Four ways to protect yourself against financial fraud

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