When registering with state securities regulators, advisers are generally asked to disclose certain criminal convictions in their past. However, this information is generally subject to the “honor system.”
In Massachusetts, the top securities regulator wants advisers’ criminal records to be independently verified. Under a plan floated in March, advisers would specifically be required to sign a consent form allowing them to be run through the state’s electronic criminal history database.
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