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Code Of Ethics

Maryland Capital Management (MCM) has adopted a Code of Ethics  in accordance with rule 204A-1 of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. MCM has adopted this Code for all supervised persons to promote the highest standard of ethical conduct among our employees and a culture of compliance. The Code sets forth our standards of business conduct as a fiduciary and specifically requires that employees comply with Federal Securities Laws.


Click here to see MCM's ADV Part 1
Click here to see MCM's ADV Part 2A
Click here to see MCM's ADV Part 2B

Click here to see MCM's Form CRS
Click here to see our latest GIPS verification statement from ACA Performance Services

*Investing in securities involves risk of loss that clients should be prepared to bear. The various types of securities that MCM purchases on behalf of clients (common stocks, preferred stocks, municipal bonds, corporate bonds, government bonds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), mutual funds (including money market funds)), carry some degree of market risk. Any security has the ability to decline in value.

*No information contained here is a recommendation to buy or sell a security or is any form of investment advices.