Code of Ethics


Clients are entitled to expect high standards of conduct in all of their dealings with Freedom Financial Advisors LLC (hereafter “FFA”). To assist FFA in fostering a culture of compliance and ethics among its employees, FFA has developed a Code of Ethics.  Because of the sensitive nature of client data, FFA personnel who have access to material, non-public information regarding client holdings or recommendations given to clients, including all members and employees, are required to adhere to this Code of Ethics.

The following overarching principals are the foundation up which the FFA Code of Ethics is built.

  • Fiduciary Duty:   Above all else, the FFA Code of Ethics requires that when conducting business and dealing with clients, FFA and its members and employees always fulfill their affirmation duty of good faith to act in the clients’ best interest.  While conflicts of interest inevitably arise, whenever possible FFA endeavors to make sure all actual and potential conflicts of interest are identified, fully and fairly disclosed to clients, and resolved in a manner beneficial to its clients.
  • Integrity:   Unqualified adherence to code of moral value is the foundation of ethical behavior.  The position of trust place in FFA by its clients mandates that FFA performs its duty in an honest and professional manner at all times.
  • Competence:   The duties performed by FFA include complying with all applicable laws, rules and regulations.  In fulfilling these obligations to its clients, FFA will do so competently and in good faith.  Whenever possible, FFA requires that its members and employees seek additional training to ensure competency and proficiency in all aspects of client services.
  • Professionalism:   Crucial to proper business conduct is the ability to act in a professional manner.  FFA believes that every client deserves to be treated with the highest level of professionalism by every member and employee.  Every client should have a positive experience when working with FFA members and employees.  Clients should expect to be given the relevant information they need to make good decisions, including all methods and means of compensation and fees associated with their accounts.  It is unprofessional to engage in any conduct that reflects adversely upon FFA or the financial services profession.
  • Objectivity:   When making recommendations, FFA must present all facts to the client free of personal prejudices, feelings or emotional influences.