ADV Form

ADV Form

A form that all investment advisers who manage more than $25 million in assets are required to file with the SEC. The form discloses the adviser's education, fees, investment strategies, disciplinary actions (if any), and other information.
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55 billion on its most recent ADV form, which was filed with the SEC last month.
Ask for references from other clients, as well as the planner's ADV form, a government-approved form that describes the planner's firm, clients, securities, compensation methods and background.
He specializes in the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, disclosure statements, marketing materials, ADV Forms and U-4s.
The list uses data from the companies' ADV forms filed with the SEC, which registered investment advisers file pretty much whenever they want.