fiduciary

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fiduciary (fidoo´shēerē),

n a person who has a duty to act primarily for another's benefit, as a trustee. Also, pertaining to the good faith and confidence involved in such a relationship.
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Morgan's certificate is subject to discipline pursuant to Sections 5100(c), (f) and (h) of the Business and Professions Code and Board Rule 60 in that he engaged in conduct which constitutes gross negligence and a breach of fiduciary responsibility.
The three individuals suing the company claim breach of fiduciary responsibility and misuse of confidential information.
His compliance duties included supervising the activities of advisors with clients and the public to safeguard against any breach of fiduciary responsibility or violation of legal or ethical regulations.