Correction says that Standard III(A) requires Managers to use client brokerage to the benefi of the client and not to the benefit of the firm unless the methods or policies to address the potential conflict of interests is disclosed to the clients prior to the firm receiving the benefit.

I thought disclosure of bad practices doesn’t prevent standard violation. In this case I don’t think a disclosure should allow the firm to receive the benefit of brokerage. Am I mistaken?

If the client agrees, then it’s allowed as long as he is the only conflict on interest.