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How to Use Education to Reduce Conflict of Interest Risk

Vadim Koyen
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This article by Vadim Koyen focuses on using education to reduce the risk of conflicts of interest in property management and condominium boards. It emphasizes how property managers can play a pivotal role in educating and guiding board members towards ethical behavior and informed decision-making. The article delves into the risks posed by inexperienced or corrupt board members in capital improvement projects, highlighting potential inefficiencies and self-serving actions that can negatively impact reserve funds. It explores the concept of conflict of interest, how it can arise, and its implications. The article further discusses how conflicts of interest can be leveraged and how property managers can educate board members to recognize and prevent such conflicts. Various signs of corrupt board members are identified, along with suggested practices to reduce the risk of conflicts of interest and ensure proper fund utilization.


Conflict of interest, Property managers, Board members, Education, Capital improvement, Inexperienced board members, Corrupt board members, Ethical behavior, Risk reduction, Reserve funds, Tendering process, Diagnostic assessments, Property value, Financial health, Best practices.

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Vadim Koyen
How to Use Education to Reduce Conflict of Interest Risk
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