Maine Revised Statutes

§9753. Disclosure required

If a person represents himself as a financial planner recommends that a consumer invest financial resources in an investment and the financial planner has any direct or indirect interest in that investment or has any potential of direct or indirect financial gain if the consumer invests his resources in that investment, then the financial planner shall fully disclose to the consumer the existence of that interest or potential gain. This duty to disclose extends to commissions, fees, referral fees or other compensation the financial planner may receive if the consumer makes the investment. [1985, c. 235, (NEW).]

SECTION HISTORY
1985, c. 235, (NEW).