Jay G. Baris
Banking + Financial Services, Capital Markets, Compensation, Benefits + ERISA, Derivatives + Commodities, Derivatives + Commodities Regulation, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Financial Services, and Investment Management
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s report on asset management and insurance recommends, among other things, a delay in implementation of the SEC’s liquidity risk management rule and the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule. The October 2017 report is the third of four that address the president’s Core Principles to regulate the U.S. financial system, signed by executive order in February 2017. The report recommends that the Financial Stability Oversight Counsel (FSOC), which broadly oversees systemic risks to the U.S. financial system, back off on entity-based systemic risk evaluations of asset managers, and that the SEC focus on potential risks that arise from asset management and on strengthening the asset management industry as a whole.
Morrison & Foerster’s Jay G. Baris summarizes the provisions of the report that directly affect regulation of investment companies and investment managers in this ThinkingCapMarkets podcast.
Our client alert can be accessed here: Treasury Department Urges Principles-Based Regulation of Money Managers; Delay of Implementation of Liquidity Risk Management and Fiduciary Rules.
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