The IAA Compliance Workshops are an excellent opportunity to gain practical insights into challenging legal and regulatory issues facing SEC-registered investment advisers, and to meet compliance and legal professionals from other IAA member firms.
Yale Club of New York City
50 Vanderbilt Ave. (between 44th & 45th Streets)
New York, NY 10017
Business Casual. For men: collared shirts, turtlenecks or sweaters; dress slacks, khakis or corduroy trousers; and socks. For women: collared shirts; blouses, turtlenecks or sweaters; and skirts or tailored pants.
This workshop will address important compliance-related topics for SEC-registered investment advisers.
- Hear members of SEC Headquarters or SEC Regional Offices discuss current examination priorities for advisers.
- Learn about key regulatory developments and the latest updates from Washington from IAA attorneys.
- Learn how to draft effective disclosure documents and other material and identify how to avoid common pitfalls in drafting Form ADV and other disclosures.
- Dive into common compliance program testing techniques that were surveyed in IAA’s 2018 Compliance Testing Survey. Compare best practices and learn about strategies and guidelines for maintaining a robust and responsive compliance testing program, including reviewing and testing various fees and expenses.
- Discuss managing electronic communications, including issues around recordkeeping, social media, email, Cloud storage, device management, and cybersecurity. The panel and attendees will discuss compliance with Advisers Act rules and other relevant regulations, as well as best practices.
In addition to SEC staff, speakers will include attorneys from nationally recognized law firms, CCOs, compliance consultants, and IAA legal staff. The workshop will include a networking luncheon at which attendees can exchange ideas about shared compliance concerns.
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|Workshop Registration Fees
|| IAA Member
| IAA Associate
|Early Bird Rate
Register on or before Sept. 10, 2018
Register between Sept. 11 – 30, 2018
|Late Registration Rate
Register on or after Oct. 1, 2018
*Employees of firms that are current members of the Investment Adviser Association (at the time of registration and on the day of the meeting) are eligible to receive the member firm rate.
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Continuing Education Credits
The workshops are approved for NRS Investment Adviser Certified Compliance Professional® (IACCP®) continuing education credit.
CLE accreditation is pending in CA, GA, NY, and TX.
NH: The provider believes this course meets the requirement of NH Supreme Court Rule 53.
For more information or to request that your state be included, please contact Megan Olson. Additional information will be available soon.
NASBA CPE Credit:
CPE credit is available for the IAA Compliance Workshops. Exact credit hours will be available when the agenda is published. The IAA Compliance Workshops are presented in a group-live setting, and is appropriate for intermediate and advanced skill levels. Previous courses in securities law, or comparable work experience in the investment advisory industry is required. Advance preparation for the event is not required.
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