Code of ethics

Background

 

In accordance with SEC Rule 204A-1 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Main Street Wealth Management, LLC ("MAIN STREET") has adopted a code of ethics to:

  • Set forth standards of conduct expected of advisory personnel (including compliance with federal securities laws);

  • Safeguard material non-public information about client transactions; and

  • Require "access persons" to report their personal securities transactions. In addition, the activities of an investment adviser and its personnel must comply with the broad antifraud provisions of Section 206 of the Advisers Act.

 

Firm Statement

 

As an investment adviser firm, we have an overarching fiduciary duty to our clients. They deserve our undivided loyalty and effort, and their interests come first. We have an obligation to uphold that fiduciary duty and see that our personnel do not take inappropriate advantage of their positions and the access to information that comes with their positions.

MAIN STREET holds their directors, officers, and employees accountable for adhering to and advocating the following general standards to the best of their knowledge and ability:

  • Always place the interest of the clients first and never benefit at the expense of advisory clients;

  • Always act in an honest and ethical manner, including in connection with, and the handling and avoidance of, actual or potential conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships;

  • Always maintain the confidentiality of information concerning the identity of security holdings and financial circumstances of clients;

  • Fully comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of federal, state and local governments and other applicable regulatory agencies; and

  • Proactively promote ethical and honest behavior with MAIN STREET including, without limitation, the prompt reporting of violations of, and being accountable for adherence to, this Code of Ethics.