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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
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This is the Department of Labor's 2024 final rule redefining a fiduciary under ERISA
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These changes would establish governance and fitness requirements with respect to market regulation functions, as well as related conflict of interest standards, requirements relating to ...
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You may be tempted to note February as the month of FinCEN when it comes to new regulations potentially affecting your firm. The latest proposal ...
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This is FinCEN's proposal that would require investment advisers and private funds to report certain real estate transactions
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These reports are expected to assist the Treasury, Federal, State, and local law enforcement and national security agencies in addressing illicit finance vulnerabilities in the ...
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This is FinCEN's proposed rule to require investment advisers to file SARs
Three trade groups representing private fund managers have sued to block a pair of “arbitrary and capricious” SEC rules designed to bring more sunlight into ...
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