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Quest CE Releases Course on Social Media for IAs

Quest CE today announced the addition of the new Investment Advisor course, "Social Media for Investment Advisors," to its e-learning catalog. Read More

Quest CE Releases IA Course on the Custody Rule

Quest CE today announced the addition of the new Investment Advisor course, "Investment Advisor Custody Rule," to its e-learning catalog. Read More

Course Released on AML for Investment Advisers

Quest CE today announced the addition of a new course to its e-learning catalog. This course will benefit registered investment advisers (RIAs) as well as broker-dealers who are looking to increase their knowledge on anti-money laundering (AML) protocols.  Read More

Course Released on Conflicts of Interest and IAs

Quest CE today announced the addition of a new Firm Element and Investment Adviser course to its e-learning catalog. The new course discusses how to effectively manage and disclose Conflicts of Interest. Read More

New Course: Personal Securities Transactions for IAs

Quest CE today announced the addition of a new course to its Firm Element e-learning catalog that is geared towards Broker-Dealers and Investment Advisers. Read More

[Webinar] Investment Advisor Compliance Concerns

In this webinar, we’ll discuss some of the most recent investment advisor happenings and how certain industry changes may fuel additional compliance considerations.  Read More

Quest CE Offers Course on Communication Rule

The course, “Investment Advisors: Communication Compliance - SEC,” provides advisors with extensive information about how to properly advertise to the public while assuring compliance with the SEC’s communication rules. Read More

[WEBINAR] Investment Advisor Industry Happenings

In this 25-minute webinar, Quest CE Manager of Sales, Jennifer Greene, will shed light on some of the most discussed topics among investment advisors today, as well as provide tips on what firms can do to better prepare for an SEC investigation. Read More