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DOL Fiduciary Rule Transition Period Extension to 2019 Requested
The Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta, made a court filing on August 9 requesting the Transition Period and Delay of Applicability for the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule be extended from January 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019. This court filing included extending the deadlines for the following Prohibited Contract Exemptions: Best Interest Contract Exemption … Continued
SEC Cyber Sweep Highlights Areas In Need of Improvement
The results of the SEC’s second cybersecurity sweep examinations are in, and they paint a picture of an industry that has come to grips with the need to address cybersecurity risk, but where the canvas is incomplete in many respects.
Colorado Joins New York in Mandating Cybersecurity Controls for Financial Institutions
On the heels of the recently adopted New York State Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR 500), Colorado has followed suit with its own set of protections. The Colorado Division of Securities has issued cybersecurity regulations applicable to broker dealers and investment advisers registered with the state, which are codified in Sections 51-4.8 … Continued
Form ADV: What You Need to Know Now to Prepare for October
October 2017 new Form ADV amendments continue the big data trend. Form ADV continues to expand ever more rapidly as data mining and handling techniques by regulators allow for the utilization of Form ADV for risk measurement. Ease the burden of answering over 100 separate questions (plus scores more for each private fund) through this … Continued
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