Independent Registered Investment
What Are the Benefits Wiley Group Offers As A
Registered Investment Advisor?
One of the differences between an unregistered financial advisor
or stock broker at a large firm, and an independent registered
investment adviser, is the depth of fiduciary responsibility the
registered adviser has to you and you alone. Registered investment
advisers have an added level of fiduciary responsibility and they
are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).This
is an ethical and legal obligation that would preclude, for
example, the sale of a proprietary investment that knowingly placed
the interests of the broker or the brokerage firm ahead of your
A registered investment adviser's fiduciary role requires a
level of independence and client commitment that we believe is best
achieved at a fully independent firm like Wiley Group. We strive to
link the goals of Wiley Group exactly and directly to your own in
order to bring an added level of oversight and trust to all of our
existing and future relationships.
At Wiley Group, our clients' best interest is paramount.
We remain committed to approaching all relationships with integrity
and a heartfelt desire to serve as a partner in their journey as
they plan for a life of living more.