Last week NAIFA issued a joint statement with industry association partners to denounce racial injustice. NAIFA has always advocated for financial security for all and the responses we received to our statement were overwhelmingly positive. Our active pursuit of racial equality does not support violence or any activity that works against financial security—including looting, marring our national monuments and destroying private property. We are further saddened by the damage done through rioting and in no way condone these activities as a method of protest.
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Kevin Mayeux's statement to government officials that NAIFA stands with you. We are here to be a resource to you and help serve as a first line of support to consumers who are calling you with concerns during this challenging time. We are adding new resources every day to our recently launched consumer site at www.financialsecurity.org where credible information can be accessed along with a directory of our members that all ascribe to a Code of Ethics including the promise to put clients' best interests first.
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Nation’s Association for Insurance & Financial Professionals Urges Close Monitoring of Clients & Community Situations
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, long-charged with protecting the financial security of main street Americans, has issued a statement on the outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
NAIFA is a participating member of the Interagency Crisis Action Task Force organized under the FEMA National Business Emergency Operations Center (NBEOC) that is led by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Following a conference call yesterday, NAIFA urges its members to closely monitor the Coronavirus situation in the local area and be at the ready to provide service to clients.