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SEC Approves Filing Fees for Exempt Reporting Advisers and Private Fund Advisers

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Investment Advisers, Private Equity The SEC adopted new rule 204-4, which requires exempt reporting advisers to file portions of Form ADV with the SEC.  As with registered advisers, exempt reporting advisers (including exempt advisers to venture capital funds, private equity funds and hedge funds) must file portions of Form ADV through the Investment Adviser Registration Depository system (“IARD”) and […] Read more →

by   |   October 7, 2011


A Comparison of the Cincinnati Bell and Beazer Say-on-Pay Decisions

Employment, Executive Compensation, Litigation, Public Companies and Securities In Cincinnati Bell, the United States District Court declined to grant a motion to dismiss a law suit resulting from a failed say-on-pay vote (a copy of the decision is available... Read more →

by   |   October 6, 2011

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SEC Report Indentifies Concerns at Ratings Agencies

Public Companies and Securities The staff of the SEC has issued a report summarizing the staff’s observations and concerns arising from the examinations of ten credit rating agencies registered with the... Read more →

by   |   October 3, 2011


Federal Insurance Office Takes Shape

Insurance The Dodd-Frank Act established the Federal Insurance Office, or FIO, within the Treasury Department.  FIO Director Michael McRaith recently explained the FIOs current and... Read more →

by   |   September 29, 2011