Compliance Solutions for Investment Advisers

Monthly Archives: May 2017

7 Things Advisers Must Do To Avoid Custody

A recent SEC No-Action Letter (Investment Adviser Association, February 21, 2017) clarified how an investment adviser can avoid having custody as a result of having a standing letter of instruction or other similar asset transfer authorization arrangement established by a client with a qualified custodian (SLOA).

3 Ways to Reduce Potential SEC Penalties

One day you might find yourself in a situation where you have discovered – through the normal operation of your compliance policies and procedures or through your compliance testing – that your advisory firm has come up short in some significant manner. Depending on the severity of the problem (i.e., level of client harm) your firm may

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