Technically Speaking: Navigating the Moral Compass – Ethics in SMSF Advice

Our latest technically speaking bulletin, authored by leading industry specialist Nidal Danoun, Executive Director of Prosperity Financial Services, is a must-read for every SMSF specialist seeking to elevate their ethical standards when dealing with clients.
Ethical issues are generally complex and rarely black or white. Ethical choices are not always clear and develop and evolve over time. Navigating the moral compass requires moral awareness, ethical thinking, and an ability to recognise and mitigate personal biases and psychological tendencies.
In our latest bulletin, Nidal Danoun delves into the heart of ethical decision-making, drawing on classical ethical theories and modern insights to enhance your professional integrity. It also equips you with an Ethical Decision-Making Framework (EDMF) to navigate complex ethical dilemmas with confidence and clarity.

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