In the latest episode of The Regulatory Roundtable, join us as we take a bird’s eye view of the current SEC private funds environment and what’s to come. Outlining policy and rulemaking, the increasingly challenging exam program, and the state of play on enforcement, we discuss the return to private funds as a marquee exam and enforcement priority.
Meet Your Episode Hosts:
Marc P. Berger, Simpson Thacher
Partner; former Acting Director and Deputy Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division and Director of the SEC’s New York Office; former Chief of the Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force, U.S. Attorney’s Office, SDNY
David W. Blass, Simpson Thacher
Partner; formerly served as General Counsel of the Investment Company Institute and also held senior roles for over a decade at the SEC
Meaghan A. Kelly, Simpson Thacher
Partner; specializes in advising fund managers with respect to SEC examinations, compliance and disclosure questions, and SEC enforcement investigations
Michael J. Osnato, Jr., Simpson Thacher
Partner and Head of the Firm’s Funds Regulatory and Investigations group; former Chief of the SEC’s Complex Financial Instruments Unit
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