Beginning in summer 2020, registered broker-dealers and registered investment advisers will be required to provide a new customer or client relationship summary (also called Form CRS or ADV Part III) to retail investors.
This letter is to make you aware of information you are or will be receiving from Harbour and the various sponsors we work with.
Harbour and its Investment Adviser Representatives (“IARs”) have a duty to disclose potential and actual conflicts of interest to their clients.
Before investing in mutual funds, it is important that you understand the sales charges, expenses, and management fees that you will be charged, as well as the breakpoint discounts to which you may be entitled.
Harbour Investments, Inc. strives to provide extraordinary customer service to our clients. In the event that we are temporarily unavailable due to an uncontrollable circumstance, we are providing our clients with a brief overview of how we plan to recover access to us in a reasonable amount of time.
Know your rights and your responsibilities as a client!
This brochure provides information about the qualifications, business practices and disclosures of Harbour Investments, Inc.
An investor brochure is posted on the website of the Municipal Securities Rule Making Board, www.msrb.org that describes complaint procedures with the appropriate regulatory authority and protections available under the Board’s Rules.
Harbour is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (“SIPC”). You may obtain information about SIPC, including the SIPC brochure, by visiting their website or calling (202) 371-8300.
Rule 606 requires broker-dealers that route customer orders in equities and option securities to publish reports that provide a general overview of their routing practices.
You may also visit https://www.orderroutingdisclosure.com/ and enter Harbour Investments Inc.
Within two weeks of signing a Harbour Investments CIP you will get a letter verifying basic information you submitted. Please verify the accuracy of this information. The document “CIP Terms” was created to help better understand the terminology used in this letter.