Certified Investment Management Consultant

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Certified Investment Management Consultant

A professionally certified investment manager. To become a CIMC, one must complete required coursework and complete a four-part examination covering asset allocation, modern portfolio management, measurement of portfolio performance, and ethics. The exam is administered by FINRA. See also: CFA, ChFC.
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(332) According to the CIMC court, the debtor could not assign or transfer its interest in the collateral accounts, as these were encumbered by senior security interests.
Basically, the CIMC court theorized that if the debtor cannot convey free and clear of perfected security interest, it cannot convey at all.
Significantly, the security agreement in CIMC provided that one of the judgment debtors could have a distribution from the encumbered account to cover operating expenses.