Important Information about Procedures for Opening a New Account with Mutual of America Institutional Funds, Inc.
To help the government fight money laundering and the funding of terrorism, Federal law requires all financial institutions, including Mutual of America Institutional Funds, Inc., to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each customer who opens an account.
In the application to purchase shares of the Funds of Mutual of America Institutional Funds, Inc., we ask for the Applicant's name, address, date and state of formation and tax identification number, and for other information that will allow us to identify the Applicant. We may also ask to see and make copies of documents verifying the Applicant's existence or other identifying information. In addition, we may check with third-party sources to confirm the Applicant's identity. Apart from other underwriting requirements, we may not be able to open an account or effect any transactions for you until you provide the information or documents we need, and we can satisfactorily verify your identity.
Thank you for your patience and help in our efforts to comply with the law and prevent money laundering and the funding of terrorism.