You’re fiduciary responsibility to the place you work is to insure that you do your utmost to make a $ profit for them but what about the risks that could incur? For the greater the risk the higher the chance of those profits? How far does one take it and is there a line you won’t cross because of legality, ethics or corporate values? Is that line printed in red or appearing to disappear as the treasured chest is owe so close? Whatever line you choose can either fade away or grow stronger over time especially as the business climate changes? Fiduciary Responsiblity Vs Risk something must consider with their heart, mind, soul and corporate wallet.