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E-Delivery First Step in Addressing Stone Age Disclosures: Lawyers

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06 Jun 2018
Reprinted with permission.

The passing of Rule 30e-3 signals that the SEC is open to more rule changes to modernize fund reporting according to Kelley A. Howes in the Ignites article “E-Delivery First Step in Addressing Stone Age Disclosures: Lawyers.” 

“It’s not getting into the weeds of a regulation, but rather saying, ‘Hey, listen, we recognize that one of our key missions is to protect investors, and maybe we need to stop for a second and ask, What do you need?’” Howes says.

The passing of Rule 30e-3 signals that the SEC is open to more rule changes to modernize fund reporting according to Kelley A. Howes in the Ignites article “E-Delivery First Step in Addressing Stone Age Disclosures: Lawyers.”

 

“It’s not getting into the weeds of a regulation, but rather saying, ‘Hey, listen, we recognize that

one of our key missions is to protect investors, and maybe we need to stop for a second and ask,

What do you need?’” Howes says.

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