SEC Update: 6 Ways For FinServ To Safely Use Social Media

Posted by Emily Lange Rodecker on April 17, 2014

 

The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) updated its regulatory guidelines for social media last week, providing clarification on its policies regarding testimonials and advertisements.

In an effort to keep advisers from promoting any material that could be seen as manipulative, fraudulent, or deceptive, the SEC previously prohibited advisers and investment advisory representatives (IARs) from the following:

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Topics: Compliance, compliant social media, financial social compliance, financial social media, social banking, social media compliance, Social Media for Banking, social media regulations

It's In the Bank: Social Media Success Stories from the Financial Industry

Posted by Emily Lange Rodecker on February 7, 2014

From mid-size community banks to multinational financial services firms -- we've seen fun and engaging social media campaigns pop up across the social networks, proving the financial industry is slowly - but surely - finding its place on social media.

If you've been itching to get your bank get started with social and are looking for inspiration, or if you're in a similarly regulated industry and want to see how others are faring, this post is for you. This collection of social media superstars knows what it takes to spark engagement, build and inform their audience, and connect with customers.

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Topics: banking, Business, customer service, financial industry, financial social media, social care, social media, social media banking, Social Media for Banking

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