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State Securities Regulators Release "Unlucky 13" Investor Traps

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 […]

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State Securities Regulators Release “Unlucky 13” Investor Traps

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 […]

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NASAA Weekly Update, June 26, 2017

President’s Report Congratulations and thank you to everyone for a very successful Cybersecurity Roundtable! Special thanks goes to our Corporate Office staff for your preparation and hard work, in particular Director of Policy Mike Canning and James Apistolas, Director of Educational Programs and Conferences. It paid off in the details of an informative discussion with […]

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Investor Education

  State and provincial securities regulators have a long tradition of protecting investors through financial education. Investing means putting your money to work so it can make more money.  It is not a get-rich-quick scheme and it’s not gambling.  Being an informed investor means having a plan and understanding each of your investments. Whether you’re […]

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Panelists Announced for NASAA Annual Conference

September 16, 2010 – NASAA announces the lineup of speakers and panels for its upcoming annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

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NASAA Testimony Before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission

January 14, 2010 – Written testimony of NASAA President Denise Voigt Crawford delivered to the United States Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.

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