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IAAInternationale Automobil-Ausstellung (German automobile show)
IAAInternational Advertising Association
IAAIsrael Antiquities Authority
IAAInsurance Auto Auctions
IAAInternational Actuarial Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
IAAInternational Academy of Astronautics (Paris, France)
IAAInstituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia
IAAInternational Association of Art (various organizations)
IAAIndoleacetic Acid
IAAIndustrie Agro-Alimentaire
IAAIntel Application Accelerator (software)
IAAInstitute for Applied Autonomy
IAAInternational Arbitration Act (Singapore)
IAAIntel Application Accelerator
IAAInitial Address Acknowledgement
IAAInternationalen Automobil Ausstellung
IAAInternational Achievement Awards (Industrial Fabric Association International)
IAAInstitute of Actuaries of Australia
IAAInteragency Agreement(s)
IAAInsurance Application Architecture (insurance)
IAAInteractive Achievement Awards (Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences)
IAAInstituto Antartico Argentino (Spanish: Argentine Antarctic Institute; Argentina)
IAAInvestment Adviser Association (formerly Investment Counsel Association of America)
IAAI Am Alive (emergency system)
IAAInternational Aerospace Abstracts
IAAIndianapolis Airport Authority
IAAIgarka (Russia)
IAAInterrupted Aortic Arch (genetic heart defect)
IAAIntra-Abdominal Adiposity
IAAIshikawa Alumni Association (Japan)
IAAInformation about Alaska
IAAInsulin Autoantibody
IAAIllinois Alternate Assessment (education)
IAAIrrigation Association of Australia
IAAInternational Academy of Architecture
IAAInterlochen Arts Academy
IAAI Am Awsome
IAAInternational Award Association
IAAIndiana Apartment Association (Indianapolis, IN)
IAAIdentification and Authentication
IAAIsraeli Airports Authority
IAAInformation Assurance Advisory (US NSA)
IAAIntegrated Agriculture Aquaculture
IAAInformation Assurance Awareness (formerly known as Security Awareness, Training and Education program)
IAAInternational Authentication Association (trade association)
IAAInterim Administration of Afghanistan
IAAIsrael Association of Actuaries
IAAIdyllwild Arts Academy (Idyllwild, California)
IAAIvey Alumni Association (Canada)
IAAInvestment Advisors Act of 1940
IAAIllinois Arts Alliance
IAAIntergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs (Canada)
IAAInformation Appliance Associates (California)
IAAIslamic Affairs Analyst (publication)
IAAInternational Assignment Agreement
IAAIndie Artists Alliance (Castro Valley, CA)
IAAInter-Country Adoption Act (2000)
IAAIdaho Aquaculture Association
IAAI Am Away
IAAI Absolutely Agree
IAAIslamic Action Association
IAAInternational Air Academy
IAAInstitute for Alternative Agriculture
IAAIslamic Academy of Alabama (Birmingham, Alabama)
IAAIndiana Aquaculture Association
IAAIncident Awareness and Assessment
IAAInterview and Advocacy Assessment (UK)
IAAInterconnected Accredited AIS
IAAInterim Approval Authorization
IAAI Am Annoyed
IAAInactive Aircraft Authorization
IAAInternet Alcoholics Anonymous
IAAInter-American Association of Accountants
IAAIntegrated Audit/Appraisal
IAAInstallation Application Administrator
IAAIntegration and Assembly
IAAIdentification, Authentication and Authorisation (IT security)
IAAIUSS Acoustic Analysis
IAAIntelligence Analysis Application
IAAInternet Application Architect
IAAInflatable Array Antenna
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The advice must be provided by a "fiduciary adviser," which is defined as a registered investment adviser (under the Investment Advisors Act of 1940) or a bank, insurance company or broker-dealer (under the Securities Act of 1934).
The AICPA Personal Financial Planning (PFP) Executive Committee has been tracking the SEC's activities relating to its final rule, "Certain Broker-Dealers Deemed Not to Be Financial Advisers" (www.sec.gov/rules/ final/34-51523.pdf), which exempts certain fee-based broker-dealers from the provisions of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. The SEC is conducting a study to determine how best to reduce investor confusion regarding the rule and whether to make changes in the regulations governing broker-dealers and investment advisers.
It covers all significant statutory provisions, including the Security Exchange Act of 1934, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisors Act of 1940 and the privacy provisions of the Gramm--Leach--Bliley Act.
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