Two leading associations of investment professionals are undertaking a campaign to educate their constituents on the importance and role of alternative investment products in the current financial climate.

To fill this knowledge gap the Investment Management Consultants Association, better known as IMCA, and the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association, an Amherst, Mass.-based organization dedicated to advisor education, are offering an online certificate program that aims to provide a basic understanding of alternative investments and how they can be used to hedge risks.

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