Good analogy, but how do you know Glenfield (and the majority of the FASEA board for that matter) don't also have a personal bias against financial advisers? If FASEA was acting in a rational, measured way, then surely they would have engaged with practicing advisers, conducted research and properly tested the Code of Ethics before releasing the final draft? Especially when it contains such radical, transformational elements.
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