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NSCP National Conference 2020
Oct 19
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October 19, 2020

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Resources for How to Address the SEC’s 2019 Focus Areas
Resources for How to Address the SEC’s 2019 Focus Areas

February 21, 2019

Each year, the SEC publishes their exam priorities.  This provides advisers with transparency in OCIE’s examination program and highlights areas that the SEC believes are of heightened risk. Unlike last year (when OCIE announced a focus on cryptocurrencies) there is nothing brand new this year that we haven’t seen in previous years.  It’s kind ofRead More »

Attention Advisers & Sub-Advisers to Mutual Funds and ETFs
Attention Advisers & Sub-Advisers to Mutual Funds and ETFs

February 04, 2019

Advisers to the securities listed below are on the SEC’s radar for examination.  Do you manage: an index fund that tracks custom-built indexes? a smaller ETF? an ETF with little secondary market trading volume? a fund with higher allocations to certain securitized assets? a fund that underperforms significantly relative to peer groups? a newer mutualRead More »