On June 22, the SEC adopted new rules implementing certain amendments to the Advisers Act made as part of the Dodd-Frank Act, including creating and clarifying certain exemptions from registration as an investment adviser. These rules were adopted substantially as proposed, but with a small number of changes. Please join us as Mayer Brown partner Stephanie Monaco and associate Adam Kanter summarize the exemptions and discuss how these exemptions apply to current facts applicable in the real world. Topics will include:

  • The Foreign Private Adviser Exemption
  • The Private Fund Adviser Exemption
  • Application of Exemptions to Actual Situations
  • Important Dates

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