SEC issues final rules for private fund advisers and reopens comment period on safeguarding customer assets

This week the SEC finalized new rules to enhance private fund investor protection. These sweeping reforms of regulations over investment advisers and the private funds they advise are expected to have a significant impact on private fund disclosures, reporting, fees and expenses, and operations.

At the same meeting, the SEC reopened the comment period on a proposal to enhance how investment advisers safeguard client assets. Comments had been due by May 8, but will now be due 60 days after publication of the reopening release in the Federal Register.
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