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For Immediate Release
April 25, 2007
National Futures Association advises investors on how to avoid investment fraud at two Money Smart Week events
April 25, Chicago - In conjunction with Chicago's Sixth Annual Money Smart Week (April 30 - May 5), National Futures Association (NFA) will co-sponsor two upcoming events designed to teach investors how to avoid becoming victims of investment fraud.
On Tuesday, May 1, NFA staff will present "Don't Become a Victim of Investment Fraud" at the Austin-Irving Branch of the Chicago Public Library from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Attendees will learn how to tell a legitimate investment sales pitch from a fake one, as well as what questions to ask and actions to take when reviewing any investment offer. Admission to the program is free. The Austin-Irving Branch is located at 6100 W. Irving Park Road. For additional information, contact Ruth Hong at (312) 781-1372 or the Chicago Public Library at (312) 747-4056.
On Wednesday, May 2, NFA will join several other financial agencies at a Financial Literacy and Education Fair at the State of Illinois Building, 100 W. Randolph Street. Regulatory agencies, including the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., will distribute information on financial protection, banking, credit and investment. The event will run from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For additional information, contact the Illinois Secretary of State Securities Department at (800) 628-7937.
Coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Money Smart Week offers more than 300 free educational classes, seminars and activities focusing on financial topics for people of all walks of life. For more information or to view the most up-to-date calendar, visit moneysmartweek.org/Chicago.
NFA is the premier independent provider of innovative and efficient regulatory programs that safeguard the integrity of the derivatives markets.