Catagory:Regulatory Enforcement and Litigation

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Australia: ASIC to Focus on Net Zero Statements and Targets
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Australia: ASIC is Remaking Exchange Traded Funds Class Order Relief
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The SEC’s New Rules for Private Fund Advisers: A Dose of Transparency for the Private Markets
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United States: Tag, You (Maryland Closed-End Funds) Are It!

Australia: ASIC to Focus on Net Zero Statements and Targets

By: Lisa Lautier and Dhivya Kalyanakumar

On 21-22 November 2023, the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) hosted the ASIC Annual Forum with a focus on ‘navigating disruption’. With heightened geopolitical uncertainty and market volatility, ASIC outlined its key focus areas for 2024:

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Australia: ASIC is Remaking Exchange Traded Funds Class Order Relief

By: Matthew Watts and Lisa Lautier

The Australia Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) have released Consultation Paper 374 proposing to remake Class Order [CO 13/721] Relief to facilitate quotation of exchange traded funds on the AQUA Market (Class Order) which is due to expire on 1 April 2024.

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The SEC’s New Rules for Private Fund Advisers: A Dose of Transparency for the Private Markets

By: Ken Holston, TJ Bright, Pablo Man, Matthew Mangan, Chris Phillips-Hart, Annabelle North

On August 23, 2023, the SEC adopted sweeping new rules that will impose substantial regulation on the management and operation of private funds by investment advisers.  The rules appear to be somewhat less burdensome than the rules originally proposed in February 2022.  

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