Adviser Information Available Online

August 2006
ComplyNet;Aug2006, p7
The article provides information on the zipped file that contains frequently requested information about registered investment advisers, which is available at the Web site of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The report is supplied as a PKZip file that becomes a text file when unzipped. The text file contains information such as the SEC region name, SEC file numbers, names, and disclosure information of advisers registered. It is meant to be used as input to another program.


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