Exempt Reporting Adviser (ERA) Registration Services

Our staff of industry professionals and ex-regulators guides you through the entire venture capital and private fund ERA registration process. In addition, our proprietary online system streamlines the information gathering and filing process.


ERA private fund adviser registration pricing

Register a New ERA Firm for

Lower your ERA registration cost when you pair your registration with our MyRIACompliance® Basic level of ongoing compliance support.



Save $400 ($2,800)

*Available with a 12 month MyRIACompliance® basic level service agreement. Learn more about our MyRIACompliance® service.

ERA Registration Package Details


Work directly with industry experts and former regulators to guide you through the registration process


Access to MyRIACompliance® to track your registration progress 24/7


Free 3 Months of unlimited simple Form ADV changes

Included Documents
Registration Filings

In order to file a registered investment adviser application with the appropriate regulatory jurisdiction, one must first apply to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for an account (Entitlement) to their WebCRD/IARD on-line system (the web application for the registration of RIA’s and their representatives). While RIA’s are in no way regulated or supervised by FINRA, the states and the SEC use FINRA’s WebCRD/IARD system to process applications.

RIA in a Box will complete the appropriate Entitlement forms, submit, monitor, and establish the appropriate user permissions (Entitlements) to the account.
The Form ADV Part 1 is the online component of the ERA firm’s registration documentation. For ERA firms, this includes Items 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 & 11.

RIA in a Box will complete the online Form ADV Part 1 and accompanying Schedules: A (Ownership Information); B (Indirect Ownership Information); D (Detail Information for Form ADV Part 1 disclosures including: Private Fund, Branch Office, and Affiliation Information disclosures).
Includes assistance with filing with the SEC or firm's primary jurisdiction.