September 24, 2012 – NASAA announces the waiver of the Investment Adviser Registration Depository (IARD) system fees for investment adviser firms and the reinstatement of substantially reduced initial set-up and annual system fees paid by investment adviser representatives (IARs). Fees for IAs and IARs have been waived since 2008.
September 11, 2013–NASAA President Heath Abshure’s inaugural speech at the NASAA Annual Conference in Coronado, California.
September 11, 2012 – Arkansas Securities Commissioner A. Heath Abshure begins a one-year term as NASAA president; delivers inaugural speech at annual conference.
September 10, 2012 – NASAA launches a new investor outreach initiative to provide investor education resources to Native American and First Nation populations in the United States and Canada.
September 9, 2012 – NASAA identifies the top compliance violations and offers a series of recommended best practices for broker-dealers to consider in order to improve their compliance practices and procedures.
August 21, 2012 — NASAA releases its annual list of financial products and practices that threaten to trap unwary investors. New on the list: practices that attempt to exploit new and existing federal laws designed to promote job creation and stimulate economic recovery.
NASAA Annual Conference to Focus on Innovation, Investor Protection and the Road to Economic Recovery
August 9, 2012 — NASAA Annual Conference set for Sept. 9-11 in Coronado, California.
July 25, 2012) – NASAA issues statement supporting legislation that would enable the SEC to collect an annual fee from investment advisers subject to inspection or examination by the Commission to defray the cost of inspections and examinations.
July 9, 2012 – NASAA and the Retirement Industry Trust Association will conduct a free webinar to help raise public awareness of how to avoid fraud when considering investing in self-directed Individual Retirement Accounts.
June 28, 2012–NASAA reminds investment advisers eligible to switch from federal to state registration that have yet to switch to contact their state securities regulator to begin the process.