Finn Dixon & Herling hosts webinar: New requirements for PE, VC and Hedge Fund Managers: Adapting After Financial Reform

June 24, 2010

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On July 14, 2010, Finn Dixon & Herling hosted a webinar addressing key aspects of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act relating to:

  • Hedge funds
  • Private equity funds
  • Venture capital funds
  • Family offices
  • Pledge funds
  • Fundless sponsors

The presentation focused on:

  • Which advisors will now be subject to registration and regulation (such as private equity sponsors and previously unregistered hedge fund advisors)?    
  • Will regulation mean:

    • A fundamental change in the way of doing business?

    • Simply filling out a few new forms?
  • Minimizing internal headaches, distraction and expense in transitioning to the new regulatory environment.ns

SPEAKERS:  Matthew Eisenberg and Erik Bergman, partners in our hedge fund/investment fund practice group, and Chuck Downey, a partner in our private equity/venture capital practice group.

Upcoming Program: The Nuts and Bolts of Registration and Ongoing Compliance – a program for Chief Administrative Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Compliance Officers and General Counsels. Date and time to follow.



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