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What does AIMRR stand for?

AIMRR stands for Association for Investment Management and Research

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A regular columnist for Forbes for 24 years, he has made numerous presentations before groups such as the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Society of Quantitative Analysts, the Harvard Medical School, the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, the Institute of Behavioral Finance, the Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR), the National Financial Analysts Seminar, and numerous other academic and professional groups.
Business Editors DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 10, 2004 Members of the Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR), the global non-profit professional association that administers the Chartered Financial Analyst(R) study and examination program worldwide, have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a resolution that changes the organization's name to "CFA Institute.
The Financial Analysts Journal is published by the Association for Investment Management and Research, the worldwide association of 70,000 securities analysts and investment managers and the global administrator of the Chartered Financial Analyst(R) curriculum and examination program.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 2004 Draft Issued for Public Comment Calls on Both Sides to Not Exert Pressure on the Other The global Association for Investment Management and Research and the National Investor Relations Institute have jointly forged proposed ethical guidelines governing the relationship between corporate issuers and the securities analysts who cover them.
22, 2004 Association Also Releases Survey Showing Investment Professionals Support Increased Disclosure The Association for Investment Management and Research said today it supports requiring expanded disclosure and client consent to all "directed brokerage" arrangements, whereby investment fund companies sometimes direct their trading business to brokerage firms to reward them for selling their funds.