Principles and Ethics of Business Brokerage #1050

Education and professional guidelines provide a uniform standard of conduct among business brokers and clients which can include interaction with professionals in finance, law, banking, accounting, real estate, appraisers, and other services used by business brokers.

Topics include regulatory agencies that can control or regulate activities of business brokers; canons of professional ethics, conduct and the twenty articles of the TABB Code of Ethics, in addition to ten commandments of safe brokerage.

As a business broker you will have factual knowledge of private or personal details of a client’s business operations and financials. Confidentiality is crucial with business owners and sellers and with potential buyers. You will learn what to expect when you use a confidentiality agreement or a non-disclosure agreement with a potential buyer. Developing good judgement in this aspect of business brokerage is the mark of a professional.

Contact TABB State Education Chair, Ed Gonzales,, 713.446.9021, for more information.

Instructor: Dr. Nolan Duck 4 credit hours towards TABB’s Board Certified Broker designation This course is eligible for the TABB member discount Go to for the member course discount and instructor bios TABB membership or a real estate license is not required to register or attend

Cost: $125.00

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March 9th (Thu)

08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
March 9th (Thu)
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Principles and Ethics of Business Brokerage #1050 - Real Estate education course can be found using Real Estate Course Finder. The Principles and Ethics of Business Brokerage #1050 is provided by TABB, Inc. - Texas Association of Business Brokers and offers 0 TREC credit hours.


TABB, Inc. - Texas Association of Business Brokers

TABB, Inc. (“TABB”) is a non-profit Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)6 trade association dedicated to improving and advancing the business brokerage profession for the benefit of its members and the general public. TABB has an established a Code of Ethics, provides education opportunities for its members and the general public, promulgates forms for use by its members regarding many aspects of the business sale/purchase process and affords networking opportunities for those in the business brokerage profession, their buyer or seller clients and those who provide services related to the business brokerage industry.

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