three people's hands holding a plant You might even already do CSR without calling it that.(Photo: Shutterstock)

Headlines portray the financial industry embroiled in lawsuits,engaging in wrongdoing, paying huge settlements. Recruiters arefinding that younger jobseekers are heading to other industriesinstead – even while the financial industry is aging as advisorsretire. What is a retirement advisory to do?

Consider creating a CSR program, said financial industrypanelists in a recent webinar from the National Association of PlanAdvisors, sponsored by Nuveen. As you might already know, “CSR”does not stand for “customer service representative” or “clientservices relationships” – useful in their own right, of course — itstands for corporate social responsibility.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.