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Find An Active Manager

The complete NAAIM membership registry is confidential and available only to NAAIM members. To assist those individuals seeking more information on active investment management services, NAAIM has established the Find An Active Manager database. The database includes members who have specifically requested that their information be made available to individuals who seek active managers.

NAAIM does not recommend or endorse any investment advisory firm. Nor does NAAIM accept responsibility for the selection or retention of any investment adviser by a customer or the recommendations of any investment advisers. Investors should carefully review all information provided by any investment adviser prior to making an investment decision.

PAST PERFORMANCE DOES NOT GUARANTEE FUTURE RESULTS

Inherent in any investment is the potential for loss as well as the potential for gain.

Guidelines for Working with an Investment Advisor

  1. Do not give the manager access to your funds. Assets should stay in an account in your name.
  2. Always ask how the manager is compensated.
  3. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true. The greater the potential return, the greater the risk.
  4. Read the paperwork.
  5. If you don’t understand the manager’s philosophy or investing approach, don’t invest.
  6. Assume nothing. Let the adviser earn your trust. At the very least, make certain you receive quarterly statements directly from the brokerage firm, custodian or fund family.