NASAA provides tools specifically for senior investors to help you protect yourself against investment fraud.
NASAA members and other consumer education organizations offer excellent resources to help seniors better understand their investments.
Seniors should carefully check the credentials of individuals holding themselves out as “senior specialists.”
September 16, 2010 – NASAA announces the lineup of speakers and panels for its upcoming annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
January 14, 2010 – Written testimony of NASAA President Denise Voigt Crawford delivered to the United States Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
State securities regulators warn senior investors to be aware that a combination of “free lunch” seminars, misleading professional “senior specialist” designations, and abusive sales practices can create a perfect storm for investment fraud.
July 17, 2006 – Statement of Wisconsin Securities Commissioner, and NASAA President, Patricia D. Struck, delivered at the SEC Seniors Summit.
State Securities Regulators Outline Initiatives to Protect Seniors from Investment Fraud WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 29, 2006) — The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) today identified three troubling trends endangering the retirement nest eggs of our nation’s growing senior population and outlined the steps state securities regulators are taking to protect senior investors from fraud. “My [...]
March 29, 2006 – Written testimony of Wisconsin Securities Commissioner, and NASAA President, Patricia D. Struck, delivered to the Senate Special Committee on Aging, regarding protecting senior citizens against investment fraud.
Personal Information Scams, Oil & Gas Investment Fraud, Prime Bank Schemes Seen as Greatest Potential Threats to Investors in 2006 WASHINGTON, DC (February 16, 2006) —The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) today outlined a forecast of the 13 most common ways investors are likely to be trapped in 2006. “This list is anything but [...]