| What is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor?
A financial adviser is said to be fiduciary when he is subject to a legal and moral obligation to put the interests of his client before his own. The fiduciary relationship is the essence of individual professional advice.
This strong commitment also requires serving each client on a strictly individual basis and reserving advice if a conflict of interest should arise between its clients.
If the fiduciary obligation does not impose – in theory – also being
independent in its mode of remuneration , it nevertheless seems difficult to respect it by being remunerated by third parties. Also Alpha & K is also independent.