Remick Capital provides simple and affordable fee-based investment advisory services. Below is a copy of the standard advisory
agreement that I enter into with my clients who want me to take full discretion for their accounts.
As an alternative to the standard discretionary agreement, performance based fee arrangements are available to clients who meet the 'qualified'
investor definition of SEC rule 205-3 and OAR 441-205-0170. For those clients
who are unsure if they meet the qualified investor definition, please contact me directly and I can
address any questions you may have.
As mentioned in other parts of this site, I also offer non-discretionary account management options for those who may just want me to
review a 401(k) plan, or provide some insight into another financial advisors' recommendations for your assets. The non-discretionary contract
for Remick Capital clients is listed below.
The US securities laws require certain disclosures and statements to be made to clients
before they hire an investment advisor. The Form ADV (parts one and two) below is the required form filed with the
securities authorities. The Disclosure Statement document is a summary of the relevant information from
the Form ADV that clients are required to consider carefully before hiring Remick Capital as their