Client Relationship Summary

Under rule 17a-14 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and rule 204-5 under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, broker-dealers registered under section 15 of the Exchange Act and investment advisers registered under section 203 of the Advisers Act are required to deliver to retail investors a relationship summary disclosing certain information about the firm. A retail investor is defined as a natural person, or the legal representative of such natural person, who seeks to receive or receives services primarily for personal, family or household purposes.

Firm Disclosure – Form ADV Part 2

Under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and similar state rules, investment adviser firms are required to provide clients and prospective clients with a brochure (Form ADV Part 2A) disclosing information about the firm. Firms are also required to deliver a brochure supplement (Form ADV Part 2B) disclosing information about one or more of our supervised persons. This form is updated no less than annually and as material changes occur.

Other Firm Documents


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Investment Advisory Firm Public Disclosures

You can search for an Investment Adviser firm through the SEC’s website and view the latest registration or reporting form (“Form ADV”). Investment advisers file Form ADV to register with the SEC and/or the states. Form ADV contains information about an investment adviser and its business operations. Additionally, it contains disclosures about certain disciplinary events involving the adviser and its key personnel.

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Investment Adviser Representative Public Disclosures

You can search for an individual investment adviser representative and view the individual’s professional background and conduct, including current registrations, employment history, and disclosures about certain disciplinary events involving the individual. The information about investment adviser representatives that appears on the SEC’s website is collected from individual Investment Adviser Representatives, Investment Adviser firm(s), and/or securities regulator(s) as part of the securities industry’s registration and licensing process.

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