B1: Use reasonable care and judgment when managing client assets
B2: Do not manupulate securities prices and volumes to try to mislead market participants, as it damages the integrity of markets to the detriment of all investors
B3: Deal fairly and objectively with all clients when providing information, givind advice and taking actions. Managers may offer higher levels of service to some clients for higher compensation if the service levels are disclosed and available to all clients willing to pay for them. Managers may engage in secondary investment opportunities (that are offered because of other business activities) if the opportunities are fairly allocated to all suitable clients
B4: Have a reasonable and adequate basis for recommendations. Third-Party resarch can be used if reasonable
B5a: For portfolios managed to a specific style or strategy, managers do not have to evaluate the suitability to given client. Managers must provide suitable disclosure so clients can determine if the portfolio is suitable for their needs.
B5b: Material changes to strategies and styles must be provided to clients as far in advance as possible.
B6a: When managing portfolios of a specific client, understand the clients objectives, constraints and any other pertinent information to be able to take suitable investment actions for that client
B6b: Client portfolios should contain only investments that are suitable for those clients.