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Advocates say Commission should scrap, or give wide private fund carve-outs, in cybersecurity, outsourcing and predictive data analytics proposals
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
Rules on hold after Fifth Circuit pause, but managers may need to prepare
Nonbinding vote another signpost on Gary Gensler’s long and fraught road to reform
'We are here to protect investors, and if they care, then we care,' Grewal says in Ohio State Law Journal speech
'We want this to be something where the industry can... come up with solutions...'
Scalia says rules will cost industry $5.4 billion per year if left standing
SEC Commissioner Lizarraga
"Absent today’s reforms, our capital markets and financial regulators would continue to lack key data, and therefore limited oversight, over an unregistered segment of the ...
Fund advocates fight to scrap rules, LP advocates for 'minimum standards of disclosure'

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