TeachMeFinance.com - explain conflict of interest
conflict of interest -- a situation in which a person may realize personal benefit from decisions or actions he or she may take on behalf of something the person is entrusted to manage or care for. For example, a director of a savings association would have a conflict of interest approving loans to companies in which the director has a personal interest.
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