Introduction to the Advisers Act: Framework; Registration, Exclusions and Exemptions; Exempt Reporting Advisers; Private Fund Advisers and More

NRS Series on the Advisers Act

01/10/2019 01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m. EST

Investment Management

Kelley A. Howes

Kelley A. Howes

Webinar

Understanding the intricacies and implications of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (Advisers Act) is fundamental to the core responsibilities of any investment adviser compliance professional. A section-by-section review of the Advisers Act brings renewed focus to the root source of each requirement, many of which are likely to be encountered in compliance departments of firms of every size. Everyday situations are incorporated to bring the Advisers Act to life, including practical advice about writing, implementing and maintaining policies to create strong internal controls that work within your firm’s business operations.

The first of six courses in the Advisers Act series highlights the structure of the Act, and the over-arching concept of fiduciary duty, and the duty that the Act confers on advisers to reasonably supervise persons associated with the adviser.

This session details core provisions of the Advisers Act that define, among other things, who qualifies as an “investment adviser,” governs who must register as an investment adviser with the SEC and who is prohibited or exempted from registering, and the SEC/state division of labor regarding the regulation of investment advisers. This session will cover Advisers Act sections 201-203A and 207-224 as well as related SEC rules.

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