Please join us for part two of our two part series event as Proskauer Partners discuss the SEC’s recent proposed rules under the Investment Advisers Act, as well as the proposed amendments to Form PF and the impact on hedge fund advisers if both are adopted.
Part II: Applicability for Hedge Fund Advisers
In part two of this series, Proskauer partners Michael Mavrides, Kelli Moll and Christopher Wells of our Hedge Funds group will be joined by Matthew Daigler, Vice President, Senior Counsel, Regulatory Affairs at the MFA for an in-depth discussion of the SEC’s recent proposed rule changes for private funds as applicable for hedge fund managers. In addition, they will address the SEC’s proposal for significant amendments to Form PF.
Topics will include:
- Overview of proposed rules as applicable to Hedge Fund Advisers
- Background and overview of proposed amendments to Form PF
- Transition period
- Looking ahead
- Key Legal and Commercial Considerations
Thursday, April 14th
1:00 p.m. EDT
Who Should Attend
Hedge Fund advisers, and other asset management and private funds advisers.
About the Series
The Bottom Line webinar series will address an array of business topics and offer legal analysis for asset managers, providing you bottom line considerations for your business. These interactive discussions will include presentations by the Proskauer team and a live Q&A with questions from attendees.
The Bottom LineLegal and Business Insights for Asset Managers
Part I: Applicability for Venture Capital and Private Equity Advisers
In part one of this series, Proskauer partners Howard Beber, Robert Plaze and Robert Sutton of our Private Funds group will be joined by Igor Rozenblit, Managing Partner at Iron Road Partners, for an in-depth discussion of the SEC’s recent proposed rule changes for private fund advisers (registered and unregistered). They will focus on the aspects of these proposed rules as they relate to private equity, venture capital and credit fund managers as well as secondaries transactions.
Monday, April 11th
1:00 p.m. EDT
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In the meantime, please visit our thought leadership pages for recent insights on the SEC proposed rules and amendments to form PF.