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- Dealings With Qualified Clients and Accredited Investors Depending upon an RIAs business model and investment strategies, it may be important to identify “qualified clients” and “accredited investors.” The Dodd-Frank Act authorized the SEC to change which clients are defined by those terms.
- Preventing and Dealing with Client Complaints Although the SEC has not provided specific guidance on how client complaints should be handled, a firms policies and procedures should provide clear direction how to do so, as neglecting complaints can exacerbate a bad situation.
Forbes.com writer Ahmed Taha analyzes the SEC's warnings to investors about not using a fund's past performance to predict future performance.
WealthManagerWeb.com writer J. Gibson Watson III shares points in favor of active portfolio management.
Marc L. Ross, CFA, CFP, shares an introduction to hedged mutual funds at Investorpedia.com.
James E. McWhinney offers an excellent summary of mutual funds' emergence and development.
Forbes.com gives a great overview of this new development in an unusual format.