SEC Proposes New Exemption Rules For Smaller Funds And Advisers

Nov 29 2010 | 8:28am ET

By John Brunjes, Genna Garver and Arthur Don of Greenberg Traurig -- On November 19, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new rules and rule amendments which would implement new exemptions from the registration requirements of the Advisers Act for some private funds and advisers. The proposed rules would also address reporting and record-keeping by those exempt advisers and clarify the meaning of certain terms included in the Dodd-Frank Act’s exemption for certain foreign private advisers. 


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