The mission of the Investment Program Association (IPA) is to advocate direct investments through education. To successfully accomplish this mission, IPA continually develops education resources that create a better dialogue between clients and their advisors.
The IPA has committed to furthering women's success through their Women's Initiatives Network Committee. This Committee is focused on identifying, addressing and advancing issues of interest to women working in the Direct Investment Industry. The Committee aims to advance women's issues through several initiatives, including the creation of a mentoring program for individuals across the different industry constituencies who share an interest in these initiatives.
The Investment Program Association (IPA) was formed in 1985 to provide effective national leadership for the direct investment industry. The IPA supports individual investor access to a variety of asset classes not correlated to the traded markets and historically available only to institutional investors. These investments include public non-listed REITs (NLREITs) and Business Development Companies (BDCs), Energy and Equipment Leasing Programs, and private equity offerings.
InvestmentNews' mission is to provide the financial advisory community with the highest quality news, analysis and industry intelligence - whenever, however, and wherever they need it.
InvestmentNews is committed to delivering timely and accurate content that informs and engages financial advisers. Our content is delivered through a number of different offerings that reflect the varying and evolving needs of our audience. To that end, InvestmentNews launched Women and Investing, a strategic focus dedicated to educating financial advisers about the unique needs of this segment of investors. Featuring a special report, e-newsletters, video segments and a webcast series, this initiative offers financial advisers practical guidance as they look to build, maintain and grow relationships with women clients.
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