At the Table: Discussing the SEC’s March Towards Granular Oversight of the Private Funds Industry
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This episode focuses on the SEC’s February 9 proposed rules targeting private equity and private funds; the SEC’s January 26 proposed amendments to Form PF; and the Division of Examinations risk alert published January 27.
Meet Your Episode Two Hosts
David W. Blass, Simpson Thacher
Partner; formerly served as General Counsel of the Investment Company Institute and also held senior roles for over a decade at the SEC
Meaghan A. Kelly, Simpson Thacher
Partner; specializes in advising fund managers with respect to SEC examinations, compliance and disclosure questions, and SEC enforcement investigations
Michael J. Osnato, Jr., Simpson Thacher
Partner and Head of the Firm’s Funds Regulatory and Investigations group; former Chief of the SEC’s Complex Financial Instruments Unit
Robert Ingwer, ACA Group
Principal Consultant, Investment Adviser Division; compliance executive offering over 10 years’ experience building, supporting and leading advisory businesses in both private equity and fixed income
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