Upcoming Webinars


Upcoming IAA Webinars

The IAA Webinar Series covers critical topics of special interest to SEC-registered investment advisers. Following are descriptions of our upcoming webinars:

Friday, July 19, 2019

12:00 - 1:00pm ET

New Form CRS

One year from now, investment advisers and broker-dealers will be required to provide retail investors with a new client relationship summary – Form CRS. This new disclosure requirement is part of the Standards of Conduct rulemaking adopted by the SEC in early June.

In this webinar, IAA Associate General Counsels Monique Botkin and Sanjay Lamba will explain Form CRS and its impact on advisers in detail. Among the topics they will cover:

  • Definition of “retail investor”
  • Presentation and format
  • Specific disclosure items
  • Permitted use of the term “fiduciary”
  • Filing, delivery, and updating obligations

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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

2:00 - 3:00pm ET

2020 GIPS Standards
Market Impact and Views from the Inside

The Investment Adviser Association and K&L Gates are co-sponsoring this interactive webinar to discuss the newly released 2020 GIPS Standards. Our panel of industry experts will cover the most significant changes introduced by the new standards, including:

  • pooled funds
  • carve-outs
  • performance portability
  • private equity and real estate considerations including IRRs, subscription lines of credit and valuation

Our panel of industry experts includes:

  • Michael S. Caccesse, Chairman of the Management Committee and Practice Area Leader – Financial Services, K&L Gates LLP
  • Paul D. Glenn, Special Counsel, Investment Adviser Association
  • Raymond Lee, CFA, CIPM, Head of Performance, Jennison Associates LLC
  • Michael W. McGrath, CFA, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
  • Kristen Murray, Vice President, Performance Management, Wellington Management

Like all IAA webinars, this presentation is free to IAA members and associate members, as is a recording of the webinar, which will be available within five business days after the webinar. Non-members may register for $250 per computer logon for the live event. The recording will be available to non-members for the same fee.

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