Let’s Talk… About Starting Your Career as a Fiduciary at Moneta. 

Navigating the complexities of personal finance can be daunting. That’s why a career in financial services can be so rewarding: you’re helping give people peace of mind and greater confidence in their financial future. But there are many options for anyone choosing this career, and one of those is to embrace the fiduciary standards of a registered investment adviser (RIA). 

Becoming an advisor at an RIA means being a fiduciary. You don’t just offer financial advice; you are legally bound to prioritize the client’s best interest above all else. This fiduciary duty, a legal and ethical obligation, makes a difference in your career. 

Knowing that your decisions are for their well-being, not your personal gain, helps make your client relationships closer. Your clients know you’re never pushing a certain product for a hefty commission because you are obligated to avoid and disclose conflicts of interest that could sway your recommendations. Fiduciaries also disclose all fees and any limitations to their expertise. This open communication helps form lasting client relationships and build a network of referrals. 

Moneta has been highly ranked by Barron’s for quality and scale (2017-2023)*. With over 100 advisors serving over 6,000 individuals, families, and institutions, we’re proud of our breadth and depth of experience. By choosing a career at Moneta, you’ll be joining the ranks of fiduciaries, pledged to empower people to navigate life’s path and protect what they cherish. 

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