Financial elder abuse has been an ongoing challenge for older adults, families, financial professionals, and law enforcement. In recent years it has become more challenging, complex, and sophisticated as technology has made it easier to contact consumers. Financial professionals play a key role in preserving and protecting billions of dollars of client assets from abuses of trust from multiple sources.
Author: John N. Migliaccio, PhD, RFG, FGSA, MEd, is an award-winning business executive, consultant, speaker, and educator with international research, analytics, and marketing experience in the baby boomer and senior markets. He has recently returned to a successful consultancy as president of Maturity Marketing Services after serving for 7 years as assistant vice president and director of research and gerontology at the MetLife Mature Market Institute, MetLife’s center of expertise on aging, longevity, and the generations. He is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, and marketing guides on the 50-plus population.