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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A certified investment management consultant (CIMC), Lenoir is a member of the Profit Sharing/401(k) Council, a member of the Investment Management Consultants Association, a member of the Memphis Touchdown Club, and a director for Theatre Memphis.
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