Registered Investment Adviser Succession

Registered Investment Adviser Succession

The Successor Rules in the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 allows for the legitimate transfer business between two or more entities. Succession can occur when one entity acquires substantially all of the assets and liabilities of an existing RIA, and is able to rely on a predecessor’s registration as an investment adviser with the SEC. In a guidance update, the SEC defines the instances where succession is applicable: A change of the state or territory in which a business is organized and/or a change in its form of organization; A change in control or a change in leadership at an Read more about Registered Investment Adviser Succession[…]

Form CRS Updates in 2020 (Part 1)

Form CRS Updates in 2020 (Part 1)

On October 8th, the SEC release another update to the FAQ for Form CRS, this time focusing on the Disciplinary History section. After so many updates, it is a good idea to go back through to refresh your memory.

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