Sidley Austin Private Funds Conference Addresses Recent Developments Relating to Fund Structuring and Terms; SEC Examinations and Enforcement Initiatives; Seeding Arrangements; Fund Mergers and Acquisitions; CPO Regulation; JOBS Act Implementation and Compliance; and Derivatives Reforms (Part Three of Three)

This is the third installment in the Hedge Fund Law Report’s three-part series covering the recent Sidley Austin LLP conference entitled “Private Funds 2013: Developments and Opportunities.”  This article summarizes the key points made by presenting Sidley partners on relevant regulatory developments, including commodity pool operator registration and regulation, over-the-counter derivatives reforms and implementation and compliance with the JOBS Act.  The first article summarized conference segments on fund structuring, single-investor funds, first loss capital arrangements, side letter terms, hard wiring of feeder funds for ERISA purposes, liquidity terms, fee terms, founder share classes and expense allocations and caps.  And the second article addressed SEC examinations and enforcement, the SEC’s new policy requiring admissions of wrongdoing and best practices for compliance, seeding arrangements and fund mergers and acquisitions.

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