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Colorado Investment Adviser Bond

Colorado Investment Adviser Bond Information

Investment Advisers in Colorado may be subject to a surety bond requirement in order to legally operate in the state. Investment adviser with discretionary authority over client accounts or custody who do not meet the minimum adjusted net worth requirement may be required by the Colorado Division of Securities to furnish and maintain a surety bond in the penal sum or amount as set by the Division under the rules set out by the Colorado Securities Act.

How Much Does an Investment Adviser Bond Cost in Colorado?

Investment Adviser Bond

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