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Bill Myers

Bill Myers has been a journalist for more than two decades in Chicago, Cambodia and Washington, DC. He started his career at the late, great City News Bureau of Chicago (motto: "If your mother says she loves you—check it out.")
A decades-old appellate case, seemingly buried by the Great Recession, has come back to haunt the SEC’s quest for private fund reforms. In 2006, a ...
Case puts a ceiling on regulators' private fund ambitions, but managers may still see the compliance floor rise
'There’s a false assumption that the opacity of the market indicates risk,' AIC's Goshorn Jurata tells packed Private Funds CFO forum
'It is still very much an open question about whether the marketing rule has helped investors as much as it has made the lives of ...
With SEC rules scotched, LPs look to smooth friction with GPs
A federal appeals court has unanimously vacated the SEC’s new private fund rules
Gavel on cash
'That is the result that we ultimately want to see: it’s compliance,' Andrew Dean tells Private Funds CFO's compliance forum
'It can be a driver of potential fees,' Dan Faigus tells packed room at Private Funds CFO's compliance event
The Fifth Circuit's decision over the SEC's private funds rules looms over the industry and its regulators.
'It’s not just about the private funds rules. It’s about the whole rulebook,' Eversheds, Sutherland partner says
Washington takes cybersecurity seriously, so managers should take it seriously, too, experts say

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