What is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF)?

What is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF)?

An Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF) is legally obligated to always act in the best interests of their clients.

AIF holders are highly competent in fiduciary responsibility and know how to communicate a commitment of fiduciary excellence.

Should You Hire an AIF?

An AIF can benefit you if you’re an individual investor. If you’d like sound advice from an advisor who genuinely values your success and has your best interests at heart, they are certainly worth considering.

What Does it Take to Earn and Maintain the AIF?

Here’s a brief overview of what that they are.

AIF Training Requirements

- Online

- Blended Learning

- Virtual

AIF Exam

Once they complete the training program via the online, blended learning, or virtual option, candidates must sit for the closed-book exam.

- Organize

- Formalize

- Implement

- Monitor

AIF holders must renew their certification every year. To do so, they are required to accrue six hours of continuing professional education, with at least four hours from Fi360 sources.

AIF Continuing Education

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