The Nasdaq Stock Market has launched the Financial Advisor Centre on www.nasdaq.com. The centre offers a myriad of resources tailored to the professional interests of financial planners. In a centralised location, financial planners use these resources to develop their careers, stay up-to-date on industry developments and interact with peers. It gives financial planners access to news, commentary, educational tools, job listings, advisor calculators and more.
“Nasdaq’s introduction of the Financial Advisor Centre is consistent with our commitment to promote financial awareness, investor education and greater market transparency,” said John Jacobs, executive vice president, Nasdaq. “A well-informed financial planner begets greater investor satisfaction and Nasdaq believes the Financial Advisor Centre helps achieve those objectives.”
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