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In an industry that is increasingly impersonal and plagued with ambiguity, I feel a responsibility to get back to the basics and align myself with a firm that shares my values and takes a client-first approach to investing

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In an industry that is increasingly impersonal and plagued with ambiguity, I feel a responsibility to get back to the basics and align myself with a firm that shares my values and takes a client-first approach to investing.
asked Mar 23 '12 at 23:26 Linda New member

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Hi Linda,  Your sentence is fine. The 'error' might come up because you have 'is' (present tense) and 'plagued' (which could be past tense but isn't in this case) but there's actually nothing wrong. 

link comment answered Mar 23 '12 at 23:38 Siân Harris Expert

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