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SEC Compliance Solutions helps new investment advisers, established RIAs, and private fund advisers streamline their compliance program. The SEC makes the rules; we make it easy for RIAs to apply them.

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New Adviser Setup

Build a compliant foundation. Get accurately registered, educated on the rules specific to your business, and achieve practical and fully compliant policies and procedures.

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Annual Compliance Review

Simplify SEC compliance. Embrace simplified policies, streamlined procedures, minimized risk of oversights, and an organized and methodical annual review.

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Mock SEC Exam

Comply with confidence. Reveal potential areas for improvement; receive the necessary education and resources to strengthen them; and prepare your employees for interacting with SEC staff.

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NSCP National Conference 2021
Nov 08
NSCP National Conference 2021
November 08, 2021

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Compliance Blog


SEC Risk Alert: Safeguarding Against Credential Compromise
SEC Risk Alert: Safeguarding Against Credential Compromise

October 30, 2020

On September 15th, the SEC issued a Risk Alert to address a method of cyber-attack that is more sophisticated yet increasingly accessible to attackers: “credential stuffing.” We’re getting close to Thanksgiving, but that’s not the direction the SEC is going. This method of cyber-attack involves using compromised client login credentials to gain unauthorized access toRead More »

SEC Amendments to the Accredited Investor Definition
SEC Amendments to the Accredited Investor Definition

September 24, 2020

In August of this year, the SEC released an amendment to the “accredited investor” definition. What is an Accredited Investor? Certain qualifications must be met in order to invest in private placements or private funds. One qualification is being an “accredited investor.” An accredited investor must have an annual income of $200,000 (if single) orRead More »