No. We represent our clients and because we are required to act in a fiduciary capacity, our actions must always be intended to further the interests of our clients. If, instead, we had chosen to represent a brokerage firm or insurance company, we would then have a conflict of interest in advising you. Your physician doesn’t represent an insurance company and your attorney doesn’t represent your counterparty, so why should your financial advisor represent anyone other than you? Philosphically and ethically, we believe an advisor’s duty should always be to his or her client and to no one else.