Sponsored Education Online:The Glenn Neasham Case – Important Update on Recent Appellate Court Decision
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The Appellate Court of California has delivered its verdict on California insurance agent Glenn Neasham's 2012 felony conviction for selling an indexed annuity to a senior citizen in 2008.
FSP has been monitoring this case since the conviction. As a follow-up to our April 2012 program, FSP will present a one-hour Webinar on the implications of Court's decision. Don't miss this MUST ATTEND Webinar on what this decision will mean for all financial service professionals doing business in the future. A Q&A session will follow.
James B. Lammers, CFP®,CLU, ChFC, is a Registered Representative with Securities America, Inc., Omaha, NE, where he specializes in wealth management. A 25-year member, he is currently serving as the National President of the Society of Financial Service Professionals. Jim was a member of the Society's national Board of Directors from 2004 – 2007 and is a past president of the Omaha Chapter. He was a 2003 winner of the Paul S. Mills Scholarship, awarded to Society members demonstrating a strong commitment to ethical business practices, life–long professional education and volunteerism.