Announcing RIIA®’s Newest RMA®’s!

RIIA is pleased to announce the most recent graduates of the Retirement Management Analyst® certification program.

To earn the RMA designation, a candidate commits to a robust program that includes:

-          Receiving approval to become a candidate in a pre-qualification process

-          Attending, and passing, an approved course of study taught at an accredited university (link to Feb. 6 class page)

-          Passing the RMA examination.

These individuals attended the 9 week online class through Salem State University in the fall, 2016, and successfully passed the final exam in December. Their classwork consisted of weekly readings, taped and live presentations, real-time interactions with other students and faculty, case work, and quizzes. The final RMA exam was an online set of multiple choice questions built from a bank of hundreds of questions. Its purpose is to test for a threshold level of competence across the curriculum.

Congratulations to our newest RMA’s for their commitment to, and active participation in, the rigorous RMA curriculum!

Adam Bryan, RIIA Board Member

Manuel J. Espinosa, Financial Planner and Investment Advisor with Alameda Financial Group, and, Principal, The Phoenix Group

Martin C. Johnson, President & Sr. Planner, 361 Financial Planning, Inc.

Lucas Minton, Owner, Minton Wealth Strategies

Brad Noren, Retired Physics Teacher

Learn more about the RMA designation and program at www.riia-usa.org under “Become an RMA”. The RMA designation is available for use in all states and is not a “senior designation”.

The next class begins February 6, 2017, and registration is open.

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