Code of Ethics

Representatives of TrustCore will at all times act with honesty and integrity.

Representatives of TrustCore will endeavor to always place the interest of the clients first.

Representatives of TrustCore will conduct all personal securities business in a manner that avoids any actual or potential conflict of interest or any abuse of the trust and responsibility placed on us by our clients.

Representatives of TrustCore will guard the confidentiality and privacy of our clients’ information, including but not limited to, personal identifying information and investment activities, at all times.

Representatives of TrustCore will make investment and financial planning decisions in an independent manner with the clients’ needs as the top priority with client approval.

Representatives of TrustCore will act in good faith taking responsibility to fully disclose all information to clients and to avoid any misrepresentation of information to clients.

Representatives of TrustCore will always comply with all federal, state, local and industry regulatory agencies and meet or exceed the minimum requirements prescribed by these entities.

Representatives of TrustCore will adhere to the Code of Ethics prescribed by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc.

Representatives of TrustCore will report all violations of the code of ethics to our Chief Compliance Officer, LaRue McIntyre.

Representatives of TrustCore will report their periodical holdings and transactions to the Compliance Office, at least quarterly.

Representatives of TrustCore will obtain approval from our Chief Compliance Officer prior to acquiring beneficial ownership in any security in an initial public offering or in a limited offering.

Representatives of TrustCore will be provided a copy of TrustCore’s Code of Ethics and any amendments when first hired and annually thereafter.  Written acknowledgement of receipt of the code will be provided to TrustCore’s Compliance Department.

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