Signature Allocation Series

SEIA provides discretionary investment management services under a program called Signature Allocation Series (SAS). SAS services are based on the needs and objectives determined by an initial client interview and questionnaire. With SAS, the client imposes reasonable restrictions prior to the management of the account though the Investment Policy Statement, in regards to the particular securities to be invested. SEIA then trades assets and rebalances the portfolio, based on those restrictions without any further notifications.

At least once per quarter, the financial advisor will inquire in writing if the client’s financial situation, objectives or investment restrictions have changed in order to ensure the highest client satisfaction. Additionally, clients may call at any time during business hours to discuss directly any changes.

The portfolio is then monitored on a continual basis by SEIA’s in-house research department and the client is provided quarterly reports. Since the client retains ownership of assets under our custodians, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. and Fidelity Investments, clients will receive from them confirmations and quarterly statements of all transactions and account activity.

SAS consists of two offerings, “S-Series” and “M-Series,” described here.